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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015
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Pope Francis has a message for the world a call to action to reverse climate change. He's actually scheduled to deliver it tomorrow. But a draft version has leaked. And while some are welcoming the pope's opinion certain skeptics are wishing he would just stay out of a highly controversial issue. NBC's Anne Thompson has more. Pope Francis today asking the world to welcome his encyclical on the environment class tax cuts. This is our home. He said if it is ruined it damages everyone especially th...
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Anne Thompson
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00:02:08

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