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raised similar concerns. comedian louie k. spoke on david letterman. >> bill has flee goldfish. he buys two more, how many dogs live in london? or something like that. >> common core defenders say these methods worked in japan and singapore. >> two plus two still equals four. the kids still have to be fluent with the basic subtraction and multiplication and difficulties facts, but being able to calculate is no longer efficient. >> i want to thank you for attempt to go get us out of common core. >> that explanation hasn't satisfied hundred was louisiana parents, who testified at school board meetings and the state capitol, plead, lawmakers to repeal the core. >> at least five legislatures have said they'd vote to get rid of it, but for now, it's still the law. at the center of this political storm, the students here, still getting used to this new way of learning. the only question, even their teachers can't answer, is how long it will last. aljazeera, new orleans. >> after the break, an exclusive look into the shadowy world of the police testing to see if bad drugs are good. >> just agi
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