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Jury to decide how much Alex Jones should pay families of Sandy Hook victims for second time  

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Alex Jones will go on trial a second time for calling the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting a hoax weeks after a Texas jury awarded $50 million to one victim's family for his defamatory remarks. NBC News' Ron Allen reports that multiple families are involved in the second trial in Connecticut and how the potential damages awarded there could far exceed that of the previous trial.