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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Ben Wilson
Few things bring complete strangers together more than sports and tragedies. Whether we're residents celebrating a world title or residents navigating natural (or man-made) disasters, we're in it together. The common bond unites in moments like those, making it easier to see ourselves in one another.
"This isn't a fight that one person can do," he said. "This is a fight that everybody needs to be a part of. People are fed up with random violence."