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Webcast Extra: Assault Weapons Ban and Republicans at CPAC

Special | 10m 32s

In the webcast extra, we look at Senator Portman’s announcement that he supports marriage equality. Congress and CPAC heat up over the newest developments in the gun debate. Palin heads to CPAC Sunday, while Vice President Biden wants America to know what it’s like to be him. Finally, how much have press conferences changed in 100 years. 

Aired: 03/15/13

Rating: NR

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