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Topic - Potter
"The Lorax," the animated 3-D feature based on the Dr. Seuss book, is a movie the Unabomber would have loved. While the film's marketing makes it look like a feel-good parable teaching responsible environmental stewardship, in reality "The Lorax" presents a radical critique of the idea that humans have a claim to build wealth out of natural resources.
George Bailey can rest easy. He really did make a difference in the lives of people, including all 3.8 million in Los Angeles.
"We will do whatever is necessary to revise and strengthen our policies and procedures to ensure transparency and accountability," he said.
John “Jack” Potter, president and CEO of the airports authority, said MWAA is committed to confronting every concern the inspector general identified.