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TV Stations Charge 'Super-Gouge' Ad Rates For Super PACs

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To make his closing argument to Iowa voters on the day of the Jan. 3 caucuses, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney spent $1,000 to air a minute- long television ad during one of the Des Moines market's top- rated morning news programs.

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