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First Read Minute: IRS, immigration moves forward, and Weiner’s back

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NBC’s Mark Murray reports that as the rescue and clean-up efforts in the aftermath of the Oklahoma tornado continues, there’s a hearing on the IRS, where one official pleaded the Fifth, the immigration bill moved forward – voted out of committee, and Anthony Weiner’s back.