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Clinton joins McCain in hitting Obama on gas tax

Clinton spoke at a campaign stop in Salisbury, N.C., yesterday. She criticized Obama for not backing a gas tax suspension. Clinton spoke at a campaign stop in Salisbury, N.C., yesterday. She criticized Obama for not backing a gas tax suspension. (Chris Keane/Reuters)
April 29, 2008

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GRAHAM, N.C. - Hillary Clinton criticized Barack Obama yesterday for opposing the concept of suspending the gas tax during the peak summer driving months, a plan both she and Republican John McCain have endorsed. (Full article: 854 words)

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