Rand Paul Causes Stir With Civil Rights Comment

Rand Paul causes stir with civil rights comment

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A conservative who won the Republican Party nomination for U.S. senator in Kentucky tried on Thursday to repair the damage on Thursday from comments he made that suggested he did not fully support civil rights laws.

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