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It's All Politics, Jan 26, 2012

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The GOP presidential race comes to Florida. Has Romney recovered from his South Carolina drubbing? Has Gingrich's momentum been halted after winning the South Carolina primary? In the midst of the early presidential contests, President Obama takes center-stage, on a Tuesday of his own during his annual State of the Union address. What was the politics behind his remarks? NPR's Ron Elving and Ken Rudin try to figure it out in time for Florida's Jan. 31 primary. Also, Gabby Giffords bows out in an emotional farewell.

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