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US Senate candidate Jacobs says “bitter partisanship” not working in DC

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US Senate candidate Jacobs says “bitter partisanship” not working in DC

By O. Kay Henderson Retired business executive Mark Jacobs — one of six Republicans vying for the G-O-P’s U.S. Senate nomination — says the ”negative consequences” of the president’s Affordable Care Act are at the root of the country’s “anemic” economic recovery. “We look to our elected leaders in Washington for answers and solutions and instead what we see is bitter […]

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