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Despite Obama's High Latino Support, Univision Puts Him On Hot Seat

A Univision interviewer asked President Obama if it wasn't true that he had broken his campaign pledge to introduce a comprehensive immigration reform package early in his presidency. That was a place Obama wasn't willing to go.
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Parties Debate Meaning, Value Of 'Redistribution'

Mitt Romney's campaign is calling President Obama a redistributionist as a way to change the "47 percent" discussion. But in fact, taking from some and giving to others is a concept long enshrined in the nation's tax code.
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Wells Proposing Tougher Rules For D.C. Lawmakers

Council member Tommy Wells is proposing tough ethics rules for members of the D.C. Council, some of which are sure to raise the ire of his colleagues in the Wilson Building.

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Obama Answers Questions From Latino Voters

President Obama attended a town hall meeting on Thursday in Miami. The event was sponsored by Univision and focused on issues of importance to the Hispanic community. Scott Horsley talks to Audie Cornish.
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Automatic Budget Cuts Still Loom Over Defense Dept.

Republicans continue to press the Obama administration for more details on how they would cut billions from the defense budget if sequestration is put into place in January. The Department of Defense will now have to explain why it has not planned for an event that is becoming increasingly likely.
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Tim Pawlenty Exits Romney Campaign To Lead Bank Lobbying Group

Tim Pawlenty's resignation as co-chairman of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign comes less than seven weeks before Election Day and during a bad stretch for the candidate.

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