Washington Week

Webcast Extra - April 6, 2012

Special | 7m 41s

On the Webcast Extra: Conversation about the GOP presidential race shifts to the general election, and that means potential vice presidential candidates. Plus, why fewer women run for public office and the gender gap in politics. Also, how the Supreme Court health care ruling could compare to the Citizens United case. And, the United States could face a fiscal time bomb at the end of year.

Aired: 04/06/12

Rating: NR

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