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Praising the "power of employment," two U.S. Senators and two U.S. House members introduced a bill called the New Hope and Opportunity Through the Power of Employment (HOPE) Act April 27. The bill aims to pare down states' "overly burdensome and unnecessary state licensing mandates."
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