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My Dad,

I’m ready to really dive deep and keep pushing pro-environmental legislature. Sadly, I need to look at in ways that will make everyone care, whether it means bringing money into things or finding ways to make all parties care about it, the reality is that even though our planet’s health should not be a partisan issue, it is and if there is no way to change that I simply need to adhere to both parties. I believe, with the issue exacerbating at the rate it is, people will care more, there are just many different kinds of people and you need to make sure to please as many as you can (not just what you need, but as many as you can!)

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