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Full Episode | July 16, 2014

Season 2014 Episode 1970

Tonight on the program, we take a look inside California, which imposing water restrictions during the third year of its worst drought since the 1970s. Also: Margaret Warner talks to Israel's ambassador to the U.S., a look inside a New Mexico city divided over sheltering immigrants, the CDC comes under scrutiny for lapses in safety and the Peace Corps rethinks how to reach new volunteers.

Aired: 07/15/14
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