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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney holds up a poster of his father, George Romney, who was the former governor of Michigan, after it was given to him while greeting people at a campaign rally at Wofford College on January 18 in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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From George Romney To Mitt, A Shrinking Tax Rate

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Casaundra Bronner, of Hazelwood, Mo., worked in marketing before being laid off in March 2010. She found a job again in March 2011 but is still uninsured and having trouble getting the health care she needs. Whitney Curtis for NPR hide caption

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The Road Back To Work

Even When Employed, Health Care A Challenge

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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor wrote the 2003 Supreme Court opinion on affirmative action in college admissions. The newly energized conservative majority on the court could now change course. Kevin Lamarque/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Supreme Court Wades Into Affirmative Action Issue

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