Ted Cruz joined the race for Republican presidential nominee on March 23, 2015 in a speech at Liberty University in Virginia. Find out where the Tea Party favorite and child of a Cuban immigrant stands on immigration reform, combating ISIS, the national minimum wage and the June Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage. (video by Natalie Fertig and Jessica Koscielniak)
Where does Ted Cruz stand?
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