U.S. Senate candidate and current U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Jupiter, graduated from the University of Miami in 2006 with a single bachelor’s degree but, until Monday, claimed on his congressional and campaign websites to have earned ‘dual degrees.’
U.S. Senate candidate and current U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Jupiter, graduated from the University of Miami in 2006 with a single bachelor’s degree but, until Monday, claimed on his congressional and campaign websites to have earned ‘dual degrees.’ Walter Michot Miami Herald file photo
U.S. Senate candidate and current U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Jupiter, graduated from the University of Miami in 2006 with a single bachelor’s degree but, until Monday, claimed on his congressional and campaign websites to have earned ‘dual degrees.’ Walter Michot Miami Herald file photo

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