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Fear and Loathing in Arizona: Late-Night Comedy Roundup
Feb 27, 2014
| 148-part series
Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed yesterday a controversial bill that critics say would have allowed businesses to deny service to gay and lesbian customers. Jon Stewart looks at the reasons for the veto, as well as the paranoia that may have brought it into existence. Plus: Protesters in Ukraine make interesting discoveries at former President Viktor Yanukovych's palace, Obamacare reaches 4 million enrollees, and The Colbert Report says Michelle Obama's war on obesity leaves America with 40 percent less of its future. Read more from National Journal.
Author: Mauro Whiteman
About This Series
Catch up on TV’s best jokes about politics and foreign policy