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What Roy Moore's win means for the GOP establishment
Controversial conservative and former Alabama chief justice Roy Moore won the Republican primary for the state's Senate seat on Sept. 26, setting up a crisis within the GOP. Here's a look at three problems his win poses for the D.C. establishment.
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