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Michael Mooney’s Life TRANSCRIPT Hi. We are going to mute everybody during the recorded part of this memorial, and then we’ll open it up when we start telling stories. So, thank you for sharing this
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We know we have asked you to do a lot over the last several months. You have faithfully called Congress time and again to tell them to #KillTheBill. We thank you! We know that you
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