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In stats-filled debate, who said what -- and was it true?
There they go again. Both President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney tossed out a blizzard of statistics and facts, often of dubious origin. Here are some highlights.
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- In stats-filled debate, who said what -- and was it true?