The Policy Currents Podcast
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February 14, 2020
We discuss how policies that punish pregnant women for substance use fail to help mothers or their babies; how little has changed in Zimbabwe since Mugabe’s ouster; the U.S. response system for infectious diseases; the challenges facing civilians after deployment; supporting students with disabilities; and how to prevent escalation with Iran.
- Punishing Pregnant Women for Substance Use Has Unintended Consequences
- Zimbabwe After Mugabe
- Does the U.S. Need to Improve Its Response to Infectious Diseases?
- Supporting Civilians After Deployment
- Principals Say They Need More Support to Help Students with Disabilities
- How to Avoid Escalation with Iran