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May 18, 2012 1:14 AM

Commentary: Don't blame Democrats for hyper-partisanship

And another one bites the dust. But Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar did not go quietly. Following last week’s defeat in the GOP primary, the veteran legislator issued a remarkable statement warning of the dangers of continued partisanship.

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