Weekend Insider: Which Endorsements Matter, Anti-Abortion Camp
Coming up in the Trib and The New York Times: Whose endorsements really make a difference for candidates? And we follow a group of teens at an anti-abortion summer camp.
The primary runoff between former Texas Solicitor General Ted Cruz and Lt. Gov. David David Dewhurst saw Texas Republican leaders lining up behind Dewhurst and national conservative stars rallying around Cruz. Reporter Aman Batheja examines when endorsements can help and hurt a candidate.
Then, reporter Morgan Smith takes us to an anti-abortion summer camp for teens.
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