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Late nights. Early mornings. Laptops positioned bedside. Slow (or non-existent internet) and crappy cell phone service. That’s life for media at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. The convention has been an overwhelming experience, but one I’ll not soon forget.
On the agenda for today: Last LGBT caucus, where Dr. Jill Biden is expected to speak, an afternoon panel discussion on LGBT equality in Charlotte in North Carolina and the vice president’s and president’s speeches at Time Warner Cable Arena tonight.
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