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Romney Ad Accuses Obama Of Eroding Welfare Law

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Mitt Romney's GOP presidential campaign this week released a TV ad accusing President Obama of gutting President Clinton's 1996 welfare overhaul. Romney alleges a recent administration memo ends the law's work requirement. The White House and the Obama campaign fired back, calling the ad dishonest.
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