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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Miller Baker
Candidates in three of the most competitive and closely-watched 2011 state Senate races in Northern Virginia squared off Sunday, distinguishing themselves on such key issues as taxes, abortion and the potential consequences of Republicans taking full control of state government after Novembers elections.
"States like California and New York are killing themselves," he said. "They are driving businesses out because of their high taxes and high regulatory policies."
Attorney Miller Baker, a Republican who is trying to unseat first-term state Democratic Sen. George Barker in the 39th District race, said that the Supreme Court has spoken on the issue, but that he still favored encouraging a "pro-life" culture.