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This morning, Congress welcomes the recipient of a brand-new human rights award. Virginia Republican Frank Wolf worked closely with the late California Democrat Tom Lantos, for whom the Lantos Human Rights Prize is named. Now Wolf is blasting President Obama for not meeting with the exiled spiritual leader of Tibet during this visit.

Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports...

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