Yellow-Ribbon Magnets Carry Complex Meaning

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"Support the Troops" magnets can be seen on vehicles across the country, but people disagree over what they mean. Is the yellow ribbon merely a way to show support for American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, or does it call on America to bring the troops home? Jessie Graham reports.

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