Observer Radio Episode 86: Ebola Quarantines and Hippies Who Hunt

Jen Reel
Patrick Michels

In this episode, Observer reporter Patrick Michels speaks with contributing writer and medical student Rachel Pearson about the consequences of Governor Perry’s policy to quarantine healthcare workers returning from Ebola-stricken countries for three weeks, even if they have no symptoms of Ebola.

And later in the show, RH Reality Check senior political reporter and Observer columnist Andrea Grimes joins us to discuss her Observer feature on the changing culture of killing for food.

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