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It's All Politics, Feb. 2, 2012

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Newt's momentum is halted in Florida, and now Mitt has what looks to be a good month ahead of him, starting with Nevada on Saturday. Plus, women's health turns (more) political, Gov. Bev Perdue becomes the latest North Carolina Democrat to bow out, and we say goodbye to Boston's former Mayor Kevin White. NPR's Ken Rudin and Ron Elving have the latest in this week's political roundup.

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