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Topic - Paul W. Beck
More than a dozen injuries ranging from minor to severe have been reported after tornadoes and violent storms raked through the Dallas area.
The Republican presidential brawl will not be the only fight on the ballot when voters in the swing state of Ohio head to the polls on Super Tuesday.
They have served a combined 46 years in the House of Representatives, ethnic Catholic liberals born four months apart representing districts along their state's northern border.
Ten people in Lancaster were injured, two of them severely, said Lancaster police Officer Paul Beck.