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April 19, 2012 12:00 AM

Marco Rubio shuns vice-president talk during immigration pitch

Saying once again that he’d turn down the vice presidency even if Mitt Romney begged him to be his running mate, Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio pledged instead Thursday to be an envoy this election year to Hispanic voters, particularly on immigration.

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