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Kennedy set to offer bill today for national service program

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / September 12, 2008

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NEW YORK - Senator Edward M. Kennedy, sidelined from the Senate as he undergoes treatment for a malignant brain tumor, plans to introduce a sweeping new national service bill today to recruit 175,000 Americans of all ages to do service work in health, education, environmental protection and anti-poverty programs, with their work partly subsidized by the federal government. (Full article: 670 words)

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