Episode: Sports bets, romance novels and tech in the public sector


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Sports bets, romance novels and tech in the public sector

Why is it harder for the government to innovate in the world than for the private sector? We ask a former White House tech expert. Plus, the U.S. Supreme Court is about to rule on sports betting. And booksellers and authors in the romance novel industry are pushing for more diverse representation in the traditional publishing world.

 

 



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