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Netanyahu pauses judicial overhaul but protesters remain vigilant

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Following a massive uproar from Israeli citizens, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu now promises his government won’t try to pass the controversial judicial overhaul until after the Passover holidays in two weeks. NBC’s Richard Engel reports for TODAY from Tel Aviv.