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I think the Florida government should not be answerable for keeping up with changing times.This is the era of electronic secretaries,distance learning etc.Secretaries may just become obsolete in the phasing out.
mani kanna

its this kind of bureaucracies that,although they help sometime,really hinder people from efficiently doing their job.Especially in the social work industry.librarys,rehab centers etc should have less stringent policies!
jane doe
Florida Drug Rehab

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