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AIR DATE: January 11, 2013

A furor erupted after longtime state Sen. Barbara Cegavske didn't receive an appointment to the Finance Committee in her final term. More than a dozen Republican women wrote a letter to Sen. Michael Roberson accusing him of marginalizing the party's women. Others have said the decision had more to do with Cegavske's politics than her gender. We'll talk to a journalist about what this means for the GOP.
 
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Laura Myers, political reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal

 

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