The election results in Puerto Rico have given many young voters hope they can change the island's future. A surge in independent voters is causing a break from the traditional two-party system, both rooted in the future of the island's statehood. Time Magazine fact-checker Mariah Espada joined CBSN to explain why younger voters are turning to new parties and how that is influencing Congress on the mainland.
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