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Vice President Joseph R. Biden in New Hampshire criticized Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney and congressional Republicans for opposing the so-called "Buffett rule," a minimum tax rate of 30 percent for people who make more than $1 million a year. (Associated Press)

Vice President Joseph R. Biden in New Hampshire criticized Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney and congressional Republicans for opposing the so-called "Buffett rule," a minimum tax rate of 30 percent for people who make more than $1 million a year. (Associated Press)

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