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What exactly is in Trump's executive orders to help the economy?

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President Trump took matters into his own hands and signed 4 executive actions he said would help boost the economy. But the measures could face legal hurdles because they were not approved by Congress. Washington Post economics correspondent Heather Long joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero with a closer look at what the orders entail.
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