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Monday, April 21, 2014

Season 2014 Episode 1110 | 49m 49s

Monday on the NewsHour, runners returned for the 118th Boston Marathon, one year after the deadly bombings. Also: Debating clemency eligibility for drug offenders, former Supreme Court Justice Stevens discusses his new book on amending the Constitution, raising questions over the Supreme Court's decision on voting rights and remembering boxer and civil rights activist Rubin “Hurricane” Carter.

Aired: 04/20/14 | Expires: 12/31/69
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