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January 15, 2014 5:34 PM

Tim Scott, Congress’ lone black Republican, challenges both parties on poverty

Sen. Tim Scott, the only Republican African American member of Congress, challenged conservatives and liberals alike Wednesday to use new tactics to help poor Americans, in an impassioned appeal that swung from offering his personal story to a harsh political attack on the nation’s first black president.

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