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Conservatives Hope To Reach Hard-Pressed Youth

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Conservatives Hope To Reach Hard-Pressed Youth

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Conservatives Hope To Reach Hard-Pressed Youth

Conservatives Hope To Reach Hard-Pressed Youth

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Young conservatives are bringing new energy to this year's Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) with a panel called, "Why Am I Living in My Parent's Basement?" Host Michel Martin talks with two young people attending, about how they hope to bring under-30 voters to their side of the aisle.

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