Washington Week

LGBT rights in the states & Sanders' Political Revolution

Special | 11m 11s | Video has closed captioning.

North Carolina and Mississippi are the latest states to adopt controversial LGBT laws, leading to backlash from the business community. The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty explains the legislation and its impact on the presidential campaign. Bill Clinton, campaigning for his wife in New York, faced Black Lives Matters protesters upset with a crime bill passed during his presidency.

Aired: 04/08/16

Rating: NR

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Celebrating 50 Years

10 big stories Washington Week covered

Washington Week came on the air February 23, 1967. In the 50 years that followed, we covered a lot of history-making events. Read up on 10 of the biggest stories Washington Week covered in its first 50 years.

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