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Obama's First 100 Days: Casey Wants Your OpinionApril 24, 2009 by Jen Russell
The campaign is intended to start a national discussion on progress made toward making children, youth and families a lasting part of the national agenda, the foundation said.
The deadline is April 30. That day, the foundation will begin displaying selected submissions on its website, and disseminating them through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networking outlets. Go to here for instructions and details.
Contact: AECF (410) 547-6600, 100Voices@aecf.org.
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