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Sixty-Six Percent Of Alabamians Still Need The Shot. Can Tommy Tuberville Help?

Sixty-Six Percent Of Alabamians Still Need The Shot. Can Tommy Tuberville Help?

Update: 2021-07-282
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The White House says it is "following the science" on masks after the CDC issued new guidance, but some experts say they're falling short on the social science: how to convince the remaining 40 percent of American adults to get vaccinated.

Alabama has the lowest vaccination rate in the nation and residents there aren't likely to listen to President Biden. Can football coach-turned-Senator Tommy Tuberville convince the rest of the state to get inoculated?

This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, national correspondent Debbie Elliott, and senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro.

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Sixty-Six Percent Of Alabamians Still Need The Shot. Can Tommy Tuberville Help?

Sixty-Six Percent Of Alabamians Still Need The Shot. Can Tommy Tuberville Help?

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