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Judge Weighs In on Redistricting Language

In addition to voting for the major offices, voters this fall will decide on whether to approve what lawmakers *were calling an 'independent' redistricting commission. That commission would be tasked with drawing new district lines following the 2020 census. But this week, a judge struck down the word 'independent', saying the commission would not be that at all. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman explains.

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Senate Votes This Week on ISIS Plan, House Approved Wednesday

The House approved a bill Wednesday to allow the United States to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight back against the militant group ISIS. Washington Bureau reporter Michael Scotto was in Washington this week while lawmakers went back and forth on how to respond to the group's violent actions. He has more on their reaction to the move.

09/18/2014 10:04 AM

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Cuomo Urges Supporters to Vote for Him on Women's Equality Line

Governor Andrew Cuomo spent Thursday in New York City with running mate Kathy Hochul.
The two were encouraging people to head to the ballot box and vote not just for candidates but also for issues. As Zack Fink Tells reports, they were pushing for women's issues. 09/19/2014 09:42 AM

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