1. The Beraisa gives a long list of people who bring a Korban Pesach Sheni.
2. There is a dispute about the punishment a person receives for not offering a Korban Pesach Rishon and Korban Pesach Sheni.
3. Rebbi Chananya ben Akavya offers a third opinion in this argument (#2).
4. There is a similar dispute about a person who converted between Pesach Rishon and Pesach Sheni.
5. There is a dispute about how far away one must be in order to be exempt from bringing the Korban Pesach.
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1. Among them are: a Zav, Zavah, Metzora, Nidah, and a woman who recently gave birth.
2. Rebbi: He is liable for Kares for intentionally not bringing the Korban Pesach Rishon, and he is liable again for not bringing the Korban Pesach Sheni. Rebbi Nasan: He is liable for Kares for the Korban Pesach Rishon, but he does not receive a punishment for not bringing the Korban Pesach Sheni.
3. He says that one is only liable for Kares for not bringing a Korban Pesach Rishon if he fails to bring a Korban Pesach Sheni.
4. Rebbi: He must bring a Korban Pesach Sheni. Rebbi understands that the Korban Pesach Sheni is a separate obligation for those who did not bring a Korban Pesach Rishon. Rebbi Nasan: Since he was not obligated in the first Pesach, he is not obligated in the second, as the second is solely to make up for not bringing the first Korban Pesach.
5. Ula: He cannot get to the Beis ha'Mikdash by the designated time (in the afternoon of the fourteenth of Nisan) at which the Korban Pesach is slaughtered. Rav Yehudah: He cannot get to Yerushalayim by the time of the eating of the Korban Pesach.