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Is Constitution Day personal to you? It is for these 5 people.

Have you ever had to stand up for something you believed in or had to stare down a bully? My parents did once and that experience shaped our family narrative. It made the Constitution feel intensely personal and very dear to us, but we are not the only ones. We want to share stories of five others who have inspired us with their love and knowledge of the Constitution and ask you to do the same. What does the Constitution mean to you? It seems like a perfect day to reflect. This article features 5 individual stories of people for whom Constitution Day really matters.

What I Learned About War From the Parents Who Lost Their Son

Sept. 21, 2017

Morning must reads for Thursday, September 21, 2017

Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

 

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Secretary Perdue Urges State Foresters to Demand Congress Fix Fire Funding Problem

Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

OWC EXPANDS DOCK LINEUP WITH NEW USB-C TRAVEL DOCK

USB-C Travel Dock Provides 5 Ports of Connectivity for Convenience on the Go: 2x USB, SD Card, HDMI, & USB-C Power

Supports 4K Display Resolution up to 4096 x 2160 at 30Hz

Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

Study Shows Gastric Bypass Surgery Effective for Long-Term Weight Loss and Prevention of Diabetes and Hypertension

Twelve year study shows effectiveness of gastric bypass surgery

Tax Reform 'Big Deal' to Mom Who Wants to Keep Cattle Ranch in Family

Sept. 20, 2017

Good morning from Washington, where politicos are atwitter over President Trump's entering his ninth month in office with some tough love at the U.N. We've got the lowdown in Nile Gardiner's commentary and Fred Lucas' story. A fourth-generation cattle rancher tells Rachel del Guidice what tax reform means to family businesses. Plus: Lucas on how troops try to kick the habit, del Guidice on the latest GOP health care plan, Jarrett Stepman on suppressing speech on campus, and Walter Williams on what holds down black families.

Morning must reads for Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Updates from Organizations - Government agencies - Advertise Various Artists

Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears national monuments make list of 15 wild areas at high risk of development for oil, gas and other resources

New report shines spotlight on important wild lands that must be protected

 

 

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