Former Vice President Joe Biden leads in recent Democratic primary polling, and is considered by many to be the front-runner to win the Party’s presidential nomination next year. Biden’s presidential ambitions have meant that greater scrutiny has been placed on his 36-year Congressional record. Richard Johnson takes a close look at then-Senator Biden’s opposition to the federally mandated system […]
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