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Felix Poon

Producer/Reporter, Outside/In

Felix Poon first came to NHPR in 2020 as an intern, producing episodes for Outside/In, Civics 101, and The Second Greatest Show on Earth. He went to work for Gimlet Media’s How to Save a Planet before returning in 2021 as a producer for Outside/In. Felix’s Outside/In episode Ginkgo Love was featured on Spotify's Best Podcasts of 2020.

He got his bachelors and masters degrees in sociology, with a certificate in Asian American studies, and a minor in Chinese. He’s an alumnus of the 2019 Transom Traveling Workshop in Detroit.

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A law signed last year by the governor allows people found guilty of possessing small amounts of marijuana to petition to annul their records. That law went into effect in January.  But as NHPR’s Felix Poon reports, it’s hard to know exactly how many people are benefiting from the reform.

 

 

When House Bill 399 passed in the New Hampshire legislature last year, Heather Marie Brown was excited. 

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In New Hampshire, possession of small amounts of cannabis was decriminalized in 2017.

But for those who already have possession charges, getting their record cleared might not be so easy.

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The Supreme Court of the United States (or SCOTUS) releases a fresh batch of decisions every May and June (and sometimes into July). But how does a case get before SCOTUS? And what role do district and circuit courts play in the judicial branch?

 

Civics Shorts are designed with middle schoolers in mind, but they are also for anyone who wants a quick refresher.

 

There’s a tendency to think of “the natural world” as everything beyond the asphalt. But soil often lies just a couple inches below the concrete, and the design of our cities represents choices about how much space we give to “built environment” and how much we give to “grown environment" -- and specifically, to trees.