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Paul campaigns in Michigan

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul drew more than 1,000 people to Central Michigan University Saturday.

The Texas Congressman trails both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in polls headed into Tuesday's GOP primary in Michigan.

Paul focused on his libertarian-leaning ideas of limited government and a non-interventionist foreign policy in his campaign speech.

The 76-year-old also supports an end to drug prohibition.

Paul is scheduled to make a series of stops in Michigan including Detroit, Lansing and Hudsonville today and tomorrow.

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