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Friday, February 7, 2014

Divorce Mediator for Congress

From Politico:

Strange solutions have been proposed before to get members of Congress to get along , but this time, a divorce mediator thinks she could help. —

Carol Bailey has handled family disputes for decades in her work as a lawyer at Seattle’s Integrative Family Law, and she’s applying her vocation to ease Washington’s gridlock.

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