Start Here Podcast – August 4, 2022 | ABC News

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Amid mounting criticism, the Biden administration declares a national public health emergency over Monkeypox as it scrambles over vaccines and treatments. Two years after Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by police, the U.S. Justice Department files civil rights charges against four officers. And, the Sandy Hook parents who won millions from a right-wing conspiracy theorist.

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