After days of debate and discussion, the Republican National Committee released its final party platform Monday afternoon.
The platform is not binding on either presumptive nominee Donald Trump or other candidates, but it indicates the current mainstream of the party’s thinking on various issues.
Here’s a look at what the platform says on some hot-button issues.
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Wall Street regulation
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Transgender access to bathrooms
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