'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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As Sen. Robert C. Byrd was being laid to rest after a week of memorials, a niece eulogized him Tuesday as a person who suffered from dyslexia. The revelation surprised others in Mr. Byrd's family, who later said they had no knowledge that the West Virginia senator suffered from the learning disability.
"It was the correct decision, but it was not easy for this proud man to make," Mr. Fatemi said.