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From Washington, D.C., an annual conference with more than 1,000 students.
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Guests debate whether the U.S. government should step in and redistribute wealth.
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John Stossel reports from FreedomFest in Las Vegas; business magnate Steve Wynn; Whole Foods Market co-CEO John Mackey; Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist.
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Dr. Deryn Strange from John Jay College of Criminal Justice discusses memory errors and how they can lead to wrongful convictions.
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