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October 5, 2011 4:56 AM

Romney attacks Perry's Social Security stance in Florida

Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney returned to this vote-rich retirement complex Tuesday to reassure seniors that he would "solve and save" Social Security as president and that Republican rival Texas Gov. Rick Perry would threaten its future by letting states run it.

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