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As Governor, Romney Balanced Budget By Hiking Fees

Mitt Romney says that as governor of Massachusetts, he toed the Republican line and refused to raise taxes. But how was Romney able to govern a cash-strapped state for four years? We take a closer look at his actual record on taxes.
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As Caucuses Loom, Iowans Bemoan Lack of Face Time

The first contest of the election season usually has candidates swarming Iowa, but they've spent fewer hours in the Hawkeye State this year. Money plays a role. And candidates may be relying more on exposure through the many televised debates than in years past.
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Why Candidates Aren't Campaigning As Hard In Iowa

With three weeks to go until the Iowa caucuses kick off the Republican nominating contest, the candidates are not registering much of a presence in Iowa.
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Analysis: Rich To Benefit Most In Gingrich Tax Plan

Newt Gingrich's plan to rewrite the nation's tax policy hasn't gotten as much attention as some of his other proposals, but according to a new analysis it would require sweeping changes to the government. The nonpartisan Tax Policy Center found that 70 percent of Americans would see their taxes go down.

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