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July 19, 2012

  • Aired: 07/19/2012
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
A Twitter conversation between Mayor James and Yael reveals Yael is undecided about supporting the August 7th sales tax proposal, controversy over the new photo ID law in KS, debate over what "moderate" really means in response to pleas in the KC Star to vote for "moderate" Republicans, and a new Gallup Poll shows confidence in television news at its lowest point since 1993.
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Twitter conversation, photo ID law, what is "moderate", and low confidence in TV News.
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