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Should Mitt disclose tax returns? Durbin does every year

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WASHINGTON--GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney is resisting releasing more than two years of his income tax returns on the grounds it will give his opposition fodder to dig through and use against him. The relentless push by Democrats to get Romney to disclose more has pivoted the discussion over to Congress--and if members should release their taxes. So worth noting: Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) releases his tax returns every year, and has done so every year he has been in the House and Senate.

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