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The Tracy Jackson-Mark Souder tapes

Six months ago, Rep. Mark Souder's (R-Ind.) YouTube channel posted a series of "congressional updates" filmed for local TV in his district. Souder's interviewer was Tracy Jackson, who was identified (occasionally) by a chyron as being from the "office of Congressman Mark Souder." Jackson conducted 39 short interviews with Souder, on subjects related to his work in Congress, his experience changing committee assignments, and, most entertainingly, his work on abstinence education. Then, just as quickly as they hit YouTube -- no more videos with Jackson.

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Below the jump, a few of the videos.

Here's Jackson asking Souder about his effort to legalize more public expressions of religion.

Here's Jackson interviewing Souder on legislation to inform pregnant women that their fetuses would experience pain if aborted.

And here's Jackson interviewing one of Souder's counsels, Michelle Gress, on Plan B birth control.

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By David Weigel  |  May 18, 2010; 12:40 PM ET
Categories:  Abortion , Congress  
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