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CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 24, 2015
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The NBA is teaming up with an anti gun violence group for a new public service announcements that will debut tomorrow and feature some of the game's biggest stars. The league says this campaign is not a jump into politics. But Julianna Goldman reports it will no doubt caught some controversy. Our parents always say a bullet don't have a name. We can all make a difference. The ad campaign features NBA stars Carmelo Anthony Joakim Noah Chris Paul and Stefan Curry speaking in very personal terms ab...
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