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Published in : 2015-03-23 | by LastWeekTonight
If you have money, committing a municipal violation may pose you a minor inconvenience. If you don't, it can ruin your life. Connect with Last Week Tonight ...
Published in : 2016-03-07 | by LastWeekTonight
Special districts spend more public money than all city governments combined. That's odd considering most of us don't know they exist. Connect with Last Week ...
Published in : 2015-07-27 | by LastWeekTonight
Mandatory minimums require fixed prison sentences for certain crimes. John Oliver explains why we treat some turkeys better than most low-level offenders.
Published in : 2016-10-03 | by LastWeekTonight
John Oliver discusses the systems in place to investigate and hold police officers accountable for misconduct. Connect with Last Week Tonight online.
Published in : 2015-11-09 | by LastWeekTonight
Former offenders face enormous obstacles once they leave prison. John Oliver sits down with Bilal Chatman to discuss the challenges of reentering society.
Published in : 2015-07-13 | by LastWeekTonight
Cities spend massive amounts of public money on privately-owned stadiums. Cities issue tax-exempt municipal bonds that — wait, don't fall asleep! Connect ...
Published in : 2015-06-08 | by LastWeekTonight
John Oliver explains why America's bail system is better for the reality tv industry than it is for the justice system. Connect with Last Week Tonight online.
Published in : 2014-10-06 | by LastWeekTonight
Did you know police can just take your stuff if they suspect it's involved in a crime? They can! It's a shady process called “civil asset forfeiture,” and it would make ...
Published in : 2015-11-23 | by LastWeekTonight
Pennies are not even worth what they're worth. So why do we still make them? Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight ...
Published in : 2014-11-03 | by LastWeekTonight
While midterm coverage is largely focused on the parts of Congress that do very little, vital (and bizarre) midterm elections are going unexamined.