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RNC reaffirms opposition to gay marriage: The Republican National Committee passed resolutions Friday reaffirming its commitment to defining marriage as between a man and a woman, and calling on the Supreme Court to “uphold the sanctity of marriage” as it weighs rulings in two cases involving gay marriage.
Obama releases tax returns: President Obama and Vice President Biden released copies of their tax returns Friday. Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama made a combined $662,000 in 2012, while the Bidens brought in brought in $385,000.
President asks Newtown mom to deliver weekly address: Obama has asked the mother of a six-year-old killed in the mass shooting at a Newtown, Connecticut school late last year to deliver his weekly radio and TV address this weekend.
Rubio doing "full Ginsburg": Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will appear on all five Sunday network news shows this weekend, a feat known as the "full Ginsburg," a reference to Monica Lewinsky lawyer William Ginsburg, who first pulled off the media blitz. Rubio is expected to express support for a bipartisan immigration reform package. He will also appear on shows airing on Univision and Telemundo.
The case of the deleted tweet: Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) said his tweet labeling musician Cyndi Lauper as “hot” was part of a ruse designed to to draw attention to the Memphis music scene and the singer. Cohen said he purposely deleted the tweet, believing it would draw more scrutiny.
Fundraising wrap: Organizing For Action, the independent spin-off of Obama's campaign, raised $4.9 million during the first quarter. Meanwhile, former DNC chairman Terry McAuliffe brought in a very hefty $5.1 million for his Virginia gubernatorial bid.
Sununu won't run in 2014: Former New Hampshire Republican senator John E. Sununu won't run for Senate in 2014, or any office for that matter. Sununu was unseated by now-Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D) in 2008, six years after he defeated her.
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