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One thing so memorable about the 2003 California recall election was the fine caliber of potential governors on the ballot. (And so what if this button misspelled Gary Coleman's name?)
Ken Rudin collection
June 12, 2012 Just as the Wisconsin recall election was portrayed as having national implications for November, many are saying that the message coming out of Tuesday's special election to replace Gabby Giffords goes far beyond Arizona.
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Suzi Hileman inspects an aloe on her front porch on Wednesday, Aug. 24.
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November 16, 2011 "I can think about it now without sobbing," says Suzi Hileman, who was wounded in the shooting rampage that left six people dead and 13, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, injured. Others who survived or lost loved ones are also finding ways to cope.
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January 14, 2011 "We couldn't have hoped for any better improvement than we're seeing right now," says Dr. G. Michael Lemole, section chief of neurosurgery at University Medical Center in Tucson.
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