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Britain votes to leave the EU & Congress debates gun control

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The UK narrowly voted to separate from the European Union, sending global markets into a shock and dragging the pound down to its lowest point in 30 years. On the domestic front, the Supreme Court released decisions about affirmative action and immigration reform. Meanwhile, the legislative branch kept itself busy by passionately debating gun control legislation.

Aired: 06/23/16

Rating: NR

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