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Broward Teachers Ask Gov. Scott To Stop Investing Pension Funds Into Gun Manufacturing

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Broward Teachers Ask Gov. Scott To Stop Investing Pension Funds Into Gun Manufacturing

Broward Teachers Ask Gov. Scott To Stop Investing Pension Funds Into Gun Manufacturing

Broward County teachers are asking Florida Governor Rick Scott to stop investing a part of their pension funds in firearms manufacturing companies.

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