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N.D. senator cites Jesus to vote against Child Protection Bill

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North Dakota State Senator Margaret Sitte voted against a bill that aims to protect children from abuse and neglect. Why? Because she says it would have made Mary and Joseph felons for losing Jesus for three days. Ed Schultz has the details.