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The federal government announced that it will strip the accrediting powers of ACICS.
One-third of voters took advantage of early voting options in 2012. But does so-called convenience voting increase turnout overall and minority turnout in particular?
More words won’t solve your design problem.
The 15-year-old was a resident at a Delaware facility owned by AdvoServ, which has faced decades of reports of abuse.
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