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Some cities turn to free public busing to counteract inequity

The drive for free public busing is speeding up. Several cities are moving towards offering 100% free service on public buses as a way to counteract inequity. Digital video producer Casey Kuhn takes a look at Washington, where it’s expected to start later this year, and William Brangham discusses the issue with Yonah Freemark of the Urban Institute.

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