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Kommentti: Poliitikkojen sote-kupla puhkeamassa lopullisesti – vuosien työ uhkaa kaatua typerään valtapeliin

Kunnat ja kansa eivät enää jaksa loputonta soten vatvomista, kirjoittaa pääkirjoitustoimittaja Timo Paunonen.
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Congresswoman attacks billionaire's 2020 campaign during a radio interview with "The Breakfast Club."
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