Turning A New Page In The House
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  • Andrew

    Re: Turning A New Page In The House.

    It seems to me as though that’s been going on for rather a long time!

  • Ricky Kreitner

    Why did the congressional leaders not even attempt to have a private foundation continue funding the program? At $5 million a year, I’m sure there would have been plenty of takers.

    Nonetheless, the return on that comparatively small investment—bringing politically engaged youth into direct contact the day-to-day operations of their government—is well worth the $5 million.

    My requiem, as a former page, for the program: http://www.businessinsider.com/congress-should-not-cancel-the-page-program-2011-8

  • vanderleun

    And all was quiet in congress except for the heartbroken sobbing of [name deleted — too many others probably felt the same way].

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