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Vol. 9, Issue 262 • Saturday, September 18, 2004
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At Liliuokalani Elementary School, fifth-graders studying U.S. history in Eric McCutcheon's class dressed in patriotic costumes and paraded around the school campus yesterday to encourage children to get their parents to vote.
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