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Public Service Academy Draws New Attention

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Public Service Academy Draws New Attention

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Public Service Academy Draws New Attention

Public Service Academy Draws New Attention

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In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Shawn Raymond and Chris Myers Asch put an idea into play: The U.S. Public Service Academy. Now Sen. Hillary Clinton has put them in the spotlight. Raymond and Meyers Asch tell Melissa Block where their project stands.

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