Here’s what’s missing in the Romney tax reports

By The Christian Science Monitor
Saturday, September 22, 2012 14:34 EDT
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Republican nominee Mitt Romney, pictured in August 2012, steps off the campaign trail for much of this week as he prepares for next month's crucial debates against Barack Obama, whose Democrats are gathering to re-nominate the president. (AFP Photo/Brendan Smialowski)
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Romney tax returns: What’s missing in his report?

It’s no coincidence that Mitt Romney chose a Friday afternoon to release more information about the income taxes he pays. In Washington, that’s known as “news dump day,” the time when most people are moving into weekend mode and whatever bad news an elected official has to report – usually…

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