Inside Washington March 4, 2012
This week on Inside Washington: Romney wins his home state of Michigan, but not by much. Why such a slim margin of victory?
Did Rick Santorum’s decision to fight the culture wars in Michigan cost him the election?
And why are we still debating the morality of contraception in 2012?
Sen. Olympia Snowe R-ME, fed-up with gridlock and polarization, decides not to run for re-election, thereby opening the door for a Democrat.
The Israeli Prime Minister arrives in Washington next week. Will the President be able to convince him to postpone any planned attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities?
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