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House's 2 Kings personify GOP split

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Two Republican Kings — who, for different reasons, voted against party leaders' last failed attempt to prevent President Barack Obama's health care overhaul from taking root — personify a growing split within the GOP over both ideology and strategy. "It's a temporary alliance," New York's Peter King said upon finding himself teamed with 11 other House Republicans in voting...

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