The power of politics and religion is front and center as many Catholic religious leaders call for the excommunication of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, over his signing and celebrating the state's new more aggressive abortion law. His actions have pitted the governor against New York's Archbishop, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, who says he's received tons of emails calling for the governor's ouster from the Church. David Gibson, Fordham University's director of Religion and Culture, breaks down the controversy, and explains the political and religious ramifications of what it means to be excommunicated from the Catholic Church.