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Pack to school drive (access required)

Brittnie loads rulers and school supplies onto a bus at the Capitol today.Brittnie, who lives in a shelter for homeless families, hefts a box of rulers destined for schools with disadvantaged youths. Governor Napolitano’s Office for Children, Youth and Families coordinated a drive to collect pencils, notebooks and other school supplies for 7,500 schoolchildren in ...

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