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Where They Stand on the Issues

After some nuanced disagreement, but great displays of collegiality as well, at their most recent debate last month in Los Angeles, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said of Sen. Barack Obama: "The differences between Barack and I pale in comparison to the differences we have with Republicans." Here is a look at some of the differences that do exist between the two Democrats on several key issues.


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