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Perry's Controversial Ad

Gov. Rick Perry's anti-gay ad released Wednesday already has 747,019 views and 184,887 dislikes.

YNN’s Alana Rocha got reaction from MCC Austin, a local church that serves the gay community. After a day’s worth of calls, emails and tweets, YNN could not get anyone in the Austin area to go on camera expressing support for Perry's words, except his campaign.

See more on the ad, plus political commentary from Harvey Kronberg with the Quorum Report, in the video below.

A Pledge to Revisit Redistricting

If re-drawn redistricting maps win out, Texas Republican Party Chairman Steve Munisteri is asking Republican candidates to sign a pledge, promising to bring up redistricting again next session.

Hear about the implications of another legislative go 'round with Texas GOP Chairman Munisteri and Democrat Harold Cook for our Capital Commentary. Check it out in the video below.

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Change of Course for Afghanistan?

After a visit to Afghanistan, Rep. Michael McCaul is calling for a "change of strategy in America's War on Terror." Our Washington DC Bureau Reporter Erin Billups interviewed McCaul at the U.S. Capitol. See what McCaul had to say in the video below.

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Keystone XL Pipeline

Supporters of the Keystone XL Pipeline are ramping up their efforts to convince the Obama Administration to authorize the project. Those lawmakers estimate the pipeline would create 20,000 jobs.

Hear the latest on the pipeline’s progress in Washington in the video below.

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