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Sen. Rand Paul Talks Social Security in Iowa

URBANDALE, IA (CBS2/FOX28) - A Kentucky senator is leaving Iowa amid even more rumors that he's looking at a 2016 run for president.
On Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul stopped in Urbandale; wrapping up his 3-day visit in Iowa.
Paul is campaigning for Iowa Senate candidate Joni Ernst as well as other local republican candidates. 
Paul spoke on immigration, making the point that he's open to the idea, but thinks the white house has been too generous with their immigration policies.
He also talked about social security, saying the age to qualify should be raised to 70.
Speculation about Pauls 2016 run has been circling since he announced his visit to Iowa.
The senator still says that he will not make any decisions until early next year. 
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