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Democratic rivals agree to raise money together for November election

Chelsea Clinton visited a healthcare facility for the elderly in Vieques, Puerto Rico, yesterday. The Navy prohibited a planned campaign stop at a former US bombing range there. Chelsea Clinton visited a healthcare facility for the elderly in Vieques, Puerto Rico, yesterday. The Navy prohibited a planned campaign stop at a former US bombing range there. (RICARDO FIGUEROA/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
May 15, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Democratic presidential rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton can agree on one thing: They want their party to have more money, no matter who is the nominee. (Full article: 762 words)

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