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A Chicago woman came forward Monday to publicly accuse Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain of making an unwanted sexual advance toward her in 1997 during his stint as head of the National Restaurant Association. This new claim marks a shift in the story, which up until this point, pitted the claims of three anonymous women against a candidate who firmly denied allegations of sexual harassment. Cain's campaign is questioning the motives of the accuser and her attorney.
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