Those who wrote the memos are not in the clear, he says, but any investigation must be above partisanship.
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Though they hit poor Americans hardest, stiff taxes on tobacco can reduce healthcare costs by billions.
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In recent years, states have barred undocumented students from getting the lower tuition fees.
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The new party chair has been mired in internal feuds, but expectations for next elections are building.
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