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Five Social Issues On November Ballots

There's a lot at stake in the fall election, including control of Congress and the White House. But important questions will also be decided at the state level. Ballot initiatives will let voters in several states decide on issues ranging from same-sex marriage to marijuana legalization.
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Once 'The Obama Of Alabama,' Now A GOP Headliner

Four years ago, Artur Davis took the podium at the Democratic National Convention to support Barack Obama. Since then, he's lost a bid for governor, moved to a new state and changed parties. And this time around, he'll be speaking at the Republican convention — to call for Obama's defeat.
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Week In Politics: Taxes And What Ryan Will Do

In our weekly chat about politics, Melissa Block discusses the presidential race with E.J. Dionne Jr. of The Washington Post and Reihan Salam with National Review.
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Sound From The Trail: Ryan On His Running Mate

We're hearing from all the candidates on the presidential campaign trail this week. We listen to part of a stump speech from vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan in Glen Allen, Va.
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Romney To Obama On Tax Deal: No, Thanks

After weeks of saying he would not release his tax returns, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney told reporters Thursday he had checked them and could report he had always paid at least 13 percent annual in federal income tax. But Romney still refuses to make public more of his tax returns, despite a new offer from the Obama campaign.
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Obama Camp's DOA Tax Offer To Romney Keeps Issue Alive

The Romney campaign quickly rejected the Obama campaign's call to release five years of tax returns. But the move keeps the GOP presidential candidate on the defensive.

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