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Greece proposes austerity measures

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If there is still no deal by the time Greece's next loan payment comes due on July 20th, Greece could be out of the Eurozone. Lisa Cook from Michigan State University, Peter Goodman from the International Business Times and Forbes.com's Gordon Chang join to discuss.