As the Senate Judiciary committee approves Alberto Gonzales' attorney general nomination, Democrats questioned Gonzales about his role in helping President Bush avoid jury duty in a drunken driving case back in 1996, a time when George Bush was the governor of Texas. Michele Norris talks with Newsweek reporter Michael Isikoff about the incident.
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