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Husband's past scandal puts Clinton in tough spot on Spitzer case

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / March 12, 2008

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WASHINGTON - As New York Governor Eliot Spitzer weighs his political future after being accused of patronizing a high-priced prostitute, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is faced with an awkward choice: Call for the resignation of a fellow Empire State Democrat and raise comparisons with her own husband's behavior as president, or keep quiet and risk the appearance of condoning Spitzer's ... (Full article: 412 words)

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