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    RUSSERT: You said that you would sponsor the Employment Nondiscrimination Act. Do you still support it?

    ROMNEY: At the state level. I think it makes sense at the state level for states to put in provision of this

    RUSSERT: Now, you said you would sponsor it at the federal level.

    ROMNEY: I would not support at the federal level, and I changed in that regard because I think that policy makes more sense to be evaluated or to be implemented at the state level. And let me describe why.

    RUSSERT: So you did–you did change.

    ROMNEY: Oh, Tim, if you’re looking for someone who’s never changed any positions on any policies, then I’m not your guy.












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