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Morgan Spurlock: Inside Man season 1 episodes list:
While working at a marijuana dispensary, Morgan Spurlock was shocked to learn that cannabis is available in forms such as gummies, lotions, gum, lozenges, and -- of course! -- brownies, among a vast variety of others.
Find out what happens when the right to bear arms comes under fire when Morgan Spurlock works at a gun shop and visits a firing range to get an Inside Man's take on gun ownership in America.
Morgan Spurlock researches illegal immigration issues from the inside when he tries his hand at a job as a migrant worker in Polk County Florida, a job that is rarely filled by American workers.
Morgan Spurlock learned about immersive approach that teachers at Williamsburg Collegiate Charter School in Brooklyn New York.
Morgan Spurlock takes a personal look into the financial and emotional costs of elder care. Spurlock travels to Griffithsville, West Virginia for much more than just a visit back home.
A few years ago, home ownership was at an all time high, unemployment just 5.6% and falling. But when the bottom fell out of the real estate market, millions of Americans fell on hard times. Some lost everything. And it’s not just people and businesses who’ve suffered. All over the country, entire cities are going broke. On the next “Inside Man,” Morgan Spurlock visits the city of Stockton, California, which recently declared bankruptcy.
Morgan Spurlock is up with the sun in America's heartland. The Oscar-nominated filmmaker signs on as a ranch hand in Nebraska, where severe drought is devastating the land and forcing families to make some tough calls.
Labor unions gave us weekends, child labor laws, and the guaranteed minimum wage. They virtually created the American middle class. But a lot of people are asking what unions have they done for us lately. In the United States, union membership has been on the decline for half a century. And lately, they’ve come under attack. Workers still need protection, but the question is: Are unions still the best way for them to get it?