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February 27, 2014 8:49 PM

Sen. Rubio calls Clinton 'muddled' on Venezuela democracy

The United States should condemn Venezuela’s government for violently suppressing protests, and it should slap individual sanctions on mid- and top-level officials associated with the regime in Caracas, under a resolution filed Thursday by Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and others.

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