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Santorum Cancels Monday Events

A source close to the Rick Santorum campaign tells National Review Online that the senator has canceled his Monday schedule. Santorum and his wife, Karen, will be spending the day at the hospital with their daughter, Bella. He did not have public events planned, but all internal “campaign activities,” the source says, from phone calls to fundraising, will be put on hold. Bella was hospitalized on Friday.

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