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Growing pushback in Mexico after ban against bullfighting is lifted

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Hundreds took to the streets in Mexico City to protest against the return of bullfighting after the country's Supreme Court reversed a nearly two-year suspension on the sport. NBC News’ Steven Romo reports that in the midst of the growing pushback, others see its benefit.