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Denying interest in vice presidency, Rubio pushes version of Dream Act

Hoping to boost his party’s image with Hispanic voters, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) launched a one-man push Thursday to promote a modified version of legislation to benefit undocumented children whose parents brought them to this nation. Read full article >>
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