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In video address, POTUS touts executive order shielding vets from predatory diploma mills. Obama: "As long as I’m President, I’m going to make sure that anyone who serves this country gets every opportunity they deserve." Read the President's weekly address below. Remarks of President Barack Obama Weekly Address The White House Saturday April 28, 2012 [...]
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