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Bachmann on taxes: 'Everyone should pay something'

Bachmann says when it comes to the tax code, 'everyone should pay something…even if it's a dollar.' Bachmann also reiterated her calls to repeal a health care plan pushed under President Obama and tighter regulations on the financial industry.
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Bachmann says when it comes to the tax code, 'everyone should pay something…even if it's a dollar.' Bachmann also reiterated her calls to repeal a health care plan pushed under President Obama and tighter regulations on the financial industry.

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