On Advancing ENDA

Obama, Barack; Baldwin, Tammy; Collins, Susan; Leahy, Patrick; Steel, Michael
November 2013
Between the Lines (10807551);11/7/2013, Issue 2145, p10
The article presents quotes by several U.S. politicians including the U.S. President Barack Obama and Senators Terry Baldwin and Susan Collins on the U.S. Employment Non-Discrimination Act (EDNA) which has been set up for debate in the U.S. Senate.


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