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January 1, 2009 6:57 AM

Gov. Palin rises to Levi's defense

In a series of phone calls and e-mail messages on New Year's Eve to news organizations, Gov. Sarah Palin refuted descriptions of her future son-ln-law as a high school dropout, saying he was enrolled in correspondence courses while working as an electrical apprentice on Alaska's North Slope. Her office also broke its silence on the birth of her new grandson.

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