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RT America -- March 31, 2016

Harry Reid told me not to run b/c I'm Muslim - Nev. congressional candidate
Democrats have repeatedly claimed they are the party of inclusion. But House of Representatives candidate Jesse Sbaih is accusing Harry Reid, the Senate’s top Democrat, of telling him that a Muslim can’t win in the state. Sbaih shares his story on ‘News With Ed'.

Profit or justice? DOJ to resume civil asset forfeiture
The Department of Justice will restart one of its most controversial programs after suspending it last year. The civil asset forfeiture equitable sharing program lets police officers take cash and property that they think is related to a crime - even if it isn't. "America’s Lawyer" Mike Papantonio joins ‘News With Ed', and notes that in 2014, police departments took more from Americans than burglars did.