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ISSUE: Rand Paul’s lack of attribution
OUR VIEW: No, you can't be left alone
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul’s recent trouble started when MSNBC reported that he had lifted a sci-fi movie description from Wikipedia and used it in a speech. Then, additional accusations of plagiarism cropped up about other things he’s written, notably columns published in the Washington Times.
The outcomes of his plagiarism scandal have included the newspaper canceling a column written by Paul.
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