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An open letter to Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA)
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The United States needs a new focus on educating its future labor force; and it needs parents to take the main role.
Congress—and the public—needs to take a deep breath before making a big mistake.
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When life gives them lemons, leaders roll up their sleeves and find a lemon distributor
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