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Palin vows energy independence

US security depends on it, she tells crowd

Sarah Palin, with her husband, Todd, spoke yesterday at Bowling Green University in Ohio. Joe Wurzelbacher, also known as ''Joe the plumber'' of Holland, Ohio, campaigned with Palin for the first time at the event. Sarah Palin, with her husband, Todd, spoke yesterday at Bowling Green University in Ohio. Joe Wurzelbacher, also known as ''Joe the plumber'' of Holland, Ohio, campaigned with Palin for the first time at the event. (J.D. Pooley/Getty Images)
Globe Staff And Associated Press / October 30, 2008

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TOLEDO, Ohio - Giving her second major policy speech as the Republican vice presidential nominee, Sarah Palin vowed yesterday to put the country on the path to energy independence, saying a "clean break" is needed from "30 years of failed policies in Washington" that relied too much on foreign oil. (Full article: 521 words)

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