Lambertville, NJ (PRWEB) April 19, 2007
Dr. Edward F. Dragan education expert and founder of Education Management Consulting, LLC recognizes the importance of cooperative efforts to prevent school bullying.
“All children are entitled to courteous and respectful treatment by students and staff at school. Educators have a duty to ensure that students have a safe learning environment,” says education expert and school liability consultant Dr. Dragan.
In American schools, more than 16 percent of students say that they have been bullied by other students during the 2000-2001 school year, according to a survey funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. The study appears in the April 25, 2001 Journal of the American Medical Association.
In the U.S. many states are finally recognizing the urgent need to take a firm stand against bullying. In February 2007, the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously ruled students have the right to attend school without being subjected to repeated taunts from other children. The ruling makes school districts in that state responsible for stopping bias-based harassment. A school district may be found liable if it knew about a “hostile educational environment” and failed to take reasonable action to end it.
Eighteen additional states, Guam, and Puerto Rico have passed anti-bullying laws and require public schools to have an anti-bullying policy in place. These laws generally define harassment and bullying as any conduct toward a student which is based on any actual or perceived trait or characteristic of the student and which creates an objectively hostile school environment. The list includes age, color, creed, national origin, race, religion, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical attributes, physical or mental ability or disability, ancestry, political party preference, political belief, socioeconomic status, or familial status.
According to Dr. Dragan, “The key for the protection of both the victim and the school is that the school takes affirmative action whenever there is an observation or report of bullying.”
“Schools must have clear policies and procedures and train students and staff in the detection, reporting, and prevention of bullying. No amount of laws will stop the practice of bullying. Effectiveness is achieved when students, parents, teachers, and administrators join together to confront bullying and harassment. Each must take responsibility to take part to protect students and to make schools safe.”
Edward F. Dragan, Ed.D. is the founder of Education Management Consulting, LLC, providing consultation and education expert witness services to school administrators and attorneys on education-related issues including school management, safety, bullying, education law suits, and school risk assessments. His book, Keeping Kids Safe in School: What Parents and Teachers Need to Know, is scheduled for publication in 2007.
Edward F. Dragan, Ed.D.
Education Management Consulting, LLC
Ontario, CA (PRWEB) March 18, 2009
Ron Zayas, CEO of eGuardian, addressed the state Attorneys General at the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), during their annual Spring Meeting in Washington DC.
More than 40 of the nation’s Attorneys General attended the meeting, at which Zayas was asked to speak about the role eGuardian plays in online child protection, age verification and parental permission. eGuardian, designers of the child-safe Internet, is a protection service that protects children on social networking sites and allows parents to be more involved in their children’s online activities.
“The state Attorneys General are on the front line on these issues, and they asked us to attend and help make the case for the importance of keeping kids safe when they are online,” Zayas said.
Following opening remarks from US Attorney General Eric Holder, a panel of state Attorneys General discussed the safety and related legal issues of minors using social networking sites, and how to protect children from sexual predators and inappropriate content.
One meeting session, attended by top legal counsel from Microsoft and representatives from other major Internet-related companies, provided perspectives on recent developments related to the efforts of the Social Networking Multistate Group and the discussion of promising age/identity verification technology.
The event was televised by C-Span, and may be viewed at
eGuardian has been at the forefront of the age verification issue. “What we do initiates from the parent,” said Zayas at the meeting. “eGuardian can be a powerful instrument to curb child predation and cyber-bullying, but the process begins when the parent makes a conscious decision that they want to protect their child. With eGuardian parents play a crucial role in their child’s safety.”
The eGuardian mission is to protect children online from inappropriate content and solicitation, resulting in safe learning and exploring on the Internet. Through partnerships with prominent web sites eGuardian creates an environment that allows children to learn and communicate without the fear of being solicited by predatory adults or being exposed to adult content. For more information, call 877-348-2731 or visit eGuardian at http://www.eguardian.com
New York (PRWEB) January 20, 2010
The New York Post recently reported that in December 2009, a Brooklyn nursing home was found guilty of negligence in the case of a patient who developed numerous bedsores while under the homes care. The jury awarded the patients family close to $ 4 million for pain and suffering, plus an additional $ 15 million as punishment for trying to cover up the poor patient care. This case is the first to charge a nursing home with punitive damages.
Sadly, this example of nursing home neglect is not the only one. Elder abuse is prevalent in nursing homes around the country, and with serious consequences for patients. Older adults who are victims of elder abuse are more than twice as likely to die prematurely as are adults who are treated properly, according to a study published in the August 5, 2009 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The National Center on Elder Abuse defines institutional elder abuse as any of several forms of maltreatment of an older person by someone who has a special relationship with the elder (a spouse, a sibling, a child, a friend, or a caregiver) that occur in residential facilities for older persons, including nursing homes. Its website, http://www.ncea.aoa.gov, explains that perpetrators of institutional abuse usually are persons who have a legal or contractual obligation to provide elder victims with care and protection (e.g., paid caregivers, staff, professionals).
Looking exclusively at falls, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noted that an average nursing home with 100 beds reports 100 to 200 falls each year, representing up to 75 percent of residents. Many falls were caused by environmental hazards like wet floors, poor lighting, incorrect bed height and improper wheelchair use.
A November 2009 report from the University of California, San Francisco, stated that 26 percent of the nations nursing facilities were cited in 2008 for poor quality of care, 44 percent of nursing homes failed to ensure a safe environment for residents, 36 percent had food sanitation regulations violations and 33 percent of facilities received deficiencies for failure to meet quality standards.
Paul Dansker, Esq., is a New York City-based personal injury attorney who has represented families of elder abuse victims. Mistreatment can take many different forms, including physical, emotional, psychological or sexual abuse; neglect; withholding food and water; or denying visits from family and friends. Many older adults and their families may not even be aware that laws exist to prevent this type of harm, Dansker said.
Family members and friends of nursing home residents must be vigilant in looking for signs of possible abuse or neglect, advised Dansker. These can include personality changes, depression, anxiety, unexplained or unusual bruises and injuries, rapid weight loss, poor grooming, and potentially unsafe conditions.
Dansker recommends that families of individuals in nursing homes keep a personal record of possible mistreatment, including specifics on dates, times, and caretakers in charge.
Careful documentation of possible neglect or abuse will be necessary in the event that a family member decides to file a complaint or lawsuit, he said. Dansker also added that a family should seek out the assistance from local and state adult protective services or long-term care agencies who can advise on appropriate steps to take.
For state-specific elder abuse prevention information and resources, visit http://www.ncea.aoa.gov/NCEAroot/Main_Site/Find_Help/State_Resources.aspx.
Dansker & Aspromonte Associates is located at 30 Vesey Street, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10007. For more information, call (212) 732-2929 or visit http://www.dandalaw.com.
About Dansker & Aspromonte Associates: Dansker & Aspromonte Associates is a New York personal injury law firm specializing in serious brain injuries; medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, falls, construction accidents, municipal liability, injuries to children and more. The firm has represented thousands of clients and obtained hundreds of millions of dollars for them over the last 30 years.
Orem, UT (PRWEB) March 30, 2010
To help contractors comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencys new Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting rule, Xactware has revamped its price lists to make it easier for contractors and other professionals to quickly and correctly estimate work that falls under the EPAs new restrictions.
Beginning in April, Xactware price lists will include a separate category titled Hazardous Material Remediation (HMR) for items such as lead paint, asbestos, mold, and much more. The new category will provide a single location within the Xactware price lists where users can estimate items needed for hazardous material remediation.
Helping our customers do their jobs with greater ease and efficiency is our focus at Xactware, so updating our price lists to reflect the EPAs new lead rules was a natural fit, said Mike Fulton, Xactwares assistant vice president of Pricing Data Services. We take industry changes like this seriously and look forward to helping our customers transition seamlessly.
According to the EPA, common renovation activities such as sanding, cutting, and demolition can create hazardous lead dust and chips by disturbing harmful lead-based paint. To protect against that risk, the EPA issued a Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting rule, to take effect in April 2010, that will require the use of lead-safe practices and other actions to prevent lead poisoning in homes, child care facilities, and schools built before 1978.
Although Xactwares price lists have long contained many items covering hazardous material remediation, Marchs price list included the addition of new items for lead testing. The new HMR category also includes items that were previously found under other categories, such as containment barriers, personal protective gear, negative air, HEPA vacuuming, and hazardous material testing fees.
More information on the EPAs Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting rule is available at http://www.epa.gov/lead/.
Xactware Solutions, Inc. (Xactware) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Verisk Analytics specializing in the property insurance, remodeling, and restoration industries. Xactwares technology tools include software estimating programs for PCs and tablet PCs, as well as powerful online systems for replacement-cost calculations, estimate tracking, and data trending in real time.
For more information about Xactwares products and services, contact Xactware at 1-800-424-9228 or contact us online.
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Ontario, CA (PRWEB) June 4, 2010
eGuardian CEO Ron Zayas has been invited to attend a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) roundtable to review the Commission’s Children’s Online Protection Act (COPPA) Rule.
Zayas will participate in a panel discussion entitled “Emerging Parental Verification Methods, including Parental Access to and Review of Children’s Personal Information.”
“I’m very excited to have the opportunity to be a part of this important event,” Zayas said. “eGuardian can be a powerful instrument to curb the problem of personal information being disseminated online, and the process begins when the parent and their child are both aware of the potential dangers. Together, we can make a difference.”
The Rule was enacted in 2000 and requires Website operators to obtain parental consent before collecting, using, or disclosing personal information from children under 13. The roundtable will explore such topics as whether the Rule should be applied to emerging media such as mobile devices, interactive television, and interactive gaming, and potential expansion to cover more items of information that might be collected from children. A review will also be conducted of the parental verification methods used by Website operators.
eGuardian, designer of the child-safe Internet, is a service that protects children on social networking sites and allows parents to be more involved in their children’s online activities.
“This is an important subject, and we welcome any chance to work with other interested parties to improve online child protection and security, as well as parental access and verification,” Zayas said.
Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) April 25, 2012
The new release of mxHero brings two innovative capabilities. Email Address Protection and Enhanced Bcc. Email Address Protection allows organizations to conceal email addresses on emails that leave the organizations domain. If these external emails are responded to, the hidden addresses reappear as the email re-enters the organization. In this way organizations can limit accidental dissemination of specific addresses. As examples: VIP addresses like CEOs, Ministers and Directors, or special addresses, such as company wide distribution lists.
mxHero’s optional Enhanced Bcc solves an intrinsic problem of hidden email copies. When email includes undeclared recipients in blind carbon copy (Bcc), response email will only return to declared recipients. With Enhanced Bcc, mxHero will automatically ensure that originally hidden recipients are re-included on reply messages. This capability provides a convenience to senders of not having to remember to recopy originally Bccd recipients on reply email. It also allows the creation of silent observers for email conversations.
mxHero is an open source software platform that can be installed with any email system. mxHero extends emails capabilities through plugins managed by a simple and intuitive interface.
mxHero is developing more than 70 functionalities, some unprecedented in email. The current release includes more than 20 plugins with the added benefit of visual reports of effectiveness.
Alexis Panagides, CEO of mxHero:
Protecting key email addresses can be an important and difficult task in todays world of free flowing information. mxHeros Email Address Protection makes the task easier in a transparent and low impact way.
mxHero Inc. (Delaware, USA) is the child of IT industry veterans with over 15 years of experience in email specific technologies. It is in commercial deployment by several hosted email providers with the largest single installation carrying twenty thousand accounts.
mxHero is currently available as a hosted service for Google Apps, in source format, a ready to run virtual appliance for VMware and an automated installer for Ubuntu, Debian and Redhat Linux distributions.
Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
Professional Development Resources has updated its online course on domestic violence, which includes modules on child abuse and intimate partner violence, to include the details of Floridas new child abuse law.
The new law, which took effect October 1, 2012, has a number of provisions that make it possibly the toughest child abuse law in the United States. Before the passage of this law officially called the Protection of Vulnerable Persons Act there was no legal requirement to report suspected abuse if the abuser was not a parent or caretaker.
According to a report in the Orlando Sentinel, Colleges and universities that knowingly and willfully fail to report suspected child abuse, abandonment or neglect or prevent another person from doing so now face fines of up to $ 1 million for each incident. And individuals who fail to report abuse and neglect face felony prosecution and fines up to $ 5,000.
The new law also makes reporting of child-on-child abuse mandatory for the first time. While previous laws have required reporting only when the suspected abuser was a parent or caretaker, the new statute applies to any abuser, even those who are children themselves, says the Sentinel article. Children 12 and under who are deemed perpetrators will be referred for treatment and therapy, but those 13 and up will be referred to law enforcement.
All 50 states have laws that mandate reporting of child maltreatment. Some states use more specific definitions of who is a mandated reporter. Others opt for more flexible verbiage in order to cast a wider net. In all states, healthcare providers are mandated reporters.
All mandatory reporting laws use intentionally vague descriptors of the level of concern or certainty the reporter must have in order to initiate a report. Some laws specify cause to believe or suspect in order to achieve the threshold for reporting. In order to encourage wider compliance, all mandatory laws include good faith exemptions from civil prosecution if it is ultimately determined that maltreatment cannot be substantiated.
In the State of Florida, mental health professionals are periodically required to complete a continuing education course on domestic violence. Professional Development Resources has updated its course Domestic Violence: Child Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence to update readers on the new protections and reporting requirements included in Floridas new child abuse law.
We are proud that the State of Florida has taken this initiative to help protect children, says Leo Christie, PhD, president of Professional Development Resources, Inc. We are taking advantage of the opportunity to pass along this new information to all of the professionals who rely on our company to keep them up to date on mandatory reporting of child abuse.
About Professional Development Resources, Inc.
Professional Development Resources is a Florida nonprofit educational corporation founded in 1992 by licensed marriage and family therapist Leo Christie, PhD. The company, which is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB), the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics as well as many other national and state boards has focused its efforts on making continuing education courses more cost-effective and widely accessible to health professionals by offering online home study coursework. Its current expanded curriculum includes a wide variety of clinical topics intended to equip health professionals to offer state-of-the art services to their clients.
Leo Christie, PhD, CEO
Professional Development Resources, Inc.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 26, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – June 24, 2013 [NEW YORK, NY]
Today, the United Nations Security Council unanimously passed Resolution 2106 addressing sexual violence in armed conflict during a debate led by the United Kingdom. Significantly, for the first time, a Security Council Resolution explicitly calls for UN entities and donor countries to provide non-discriminatory and comprehensive health services, including sexual and reproductive health. The Global Justice Center applauds the inclusion of this language, which represents a milestone for girls and women impregnated through war rape.
During the debate, UN Special Envoy Angelina Jolie spoke forcefully on the deadly effects of war rape: Let us be clear what we are speaking of: Young girls raped and impregnated before their bodies are able to carry a child.
The significance of the inclusion for the need to provide non-discriminatory health services to women cannot be overlooked and is essential to address a problem that is too often ignored forced pregnancies from war rape. In order for the medical care provided to girls and women impregnated from war rape to truly be comprehensive and non-discriminatory, it must include the option of safe abortion. As GJC President Janet Benshoof explains, Although the word abortion was not used, the non-discriminatory health services provision is an enormous breakthrough in the fight to end the deadly denial of abortion for female victims impregnated by war rape.
The language on the need to provide non-discriminatory medical care, including by donor states, follows from the Secretary-Generals 2013 Report on sexual violence in conflict to the Council, which called for the inclusion of safe abortion services to be included as an integral part of care to victims of war rape.
In 2010, the GJC launched the August 12th Campaign, named after the anniversary of the Geneva Conventions, to end the near universal denial of abortions for girls and women raped in war. The GJC has been educating donor countries, womens, legal and human rights organizations and the United Nations about the rights of women to non-discriminatory medical care under the Geneva Conventions. The Campaign also seeks an executive order from President Obama lifting devastating US abortion restrictions on humanitarian aid for girls and women raped in armed conflict.
Benshoof lauds the UK for its leadership on combating sexual violence, both for Foreign Minister Hagues Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative and for being the first country to explicitly recognize the right to abortion under the Geneva Conventions. Benshoof also notes that while the United States played a significant role in the passage of the resolution, US abortion restrictions on foreign assistance directly undermine the Councils call for all donor countries to provide non-discriminatory medical care to war rape victims.
The Resolutions call for non-discriminatory medical care was supported during the debate by several countries, including France, the Netherlands and Sweden speaking on behalf of all Nordic countries. The Dutch highlighted that medical care must be provided in accordance with international humanitarian law and include access to safe abortion and emergency contraception.
Benshoof adds as a final note that the global community had taken it upon itself to protect girls and women raped in armed conflict; a commitment thats made clear by the Security Councils seven resolutions addressing sexual violence in armed conflict. The denial of abortion to war rape victims is deadly, inhuman and cruel, and Resolution 2106s mandate to provide comprehensive and non-discriminatory health services seeks to end this egregious wrong against these victims.
Girls and women are entitled to non-discriminatory medical care under the Geneva Conventions, including safe abortion services, and todays resolution represents a huge step forward towards ensuring these rights on the ground. Now its time for donor states to comply with their legal obligation under this Resolution.
For more information contact Sarah Vaughan, Development and Communications Associate, firstname.lastname@example.org, 212.725.6530 ext. 204
The term non-discriminatory medical care has a very distinct meaning under international humanitarian law, which governs situations in armed conflict. The Geneva Conventions contain absolute guarantees of the comprehensive medical services for all persons wounded and sick in armed conflict and the prohibition against discrimination, while recognizing that biological differences might require different medical treatment for women, mandates that the medical outcome for women war victims cannot be less favorable that for male victims. Therefore, the denial of abortions as part of comprehensive medical care for war victims violates the Geneva Conventions.
In an letter to President Obama on April 13th, Prof. Louise Doswald-Beck, the former head of the legal division of the International Committee of the Red Cross, details a compelling analysis of how the denial of abortion to girls and women impregnated by war rape is unlawful under common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions and customary international law:
Denial of abortion to women and girls impregnated by war rape violates IHLs medical care guarantees. The failure to provide the option of abortion, as a necessary part of complete medical care, to female victims of war rape violates the categorical care and protection guarantees of IHL. These include the rights of the wounded and sick to all necessary medical careas determined solely by their conditionunder common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions.
Denial of abortion to women and girls impregnated by war rape violates the absolute prohibition on gender discrimination under IHL. The denial of abortions to girls and women impregnated as a result of war rape violates the IHL prohibition on adverse distinction based on gender, because male victims of war rape receive all necessary medical care for their conditions while impregnated females do not.
The denial of abortion to women and girls impregnated by war rape constitutes torture and cruel treatment in violation of IHL. Given that pregnancy aggravates the serious, sometimes life-threatening, injuries from war rapeand prolongs the impact of the initial crime of sexual violence, which itself can qualify as torture or cruel treatmentthe failure to provide the option of abortion violates the prohibition against torture or cruel treatment under common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions.
Rapid City, SD (PRWEB) July 03, 2013
The People of the Seven Council Fires, the Oceti Sakowin, is the name the Sioux call themselves and it is the name of an historic conference to be held in Rapid City, SD, July 8 -10 at the Holiday Inn, Rushmore Plaza. The two and half day meeting will focus on joint policy solutions to key issues identified by the nine Lakota tribes in South Dakota. The conference will focus on improving child welfare, protecting sacred sites, and dealing with uranium pollution along with health care and water rights.
This level of inter-tribal cooperation across such a wide spectrum of issues is unprecedented according to Madonna Thunder Hawk, tribal liaison for the Lakota Peoples Law Project. According to Thunder Hawk, the tribes have set an ambitious agenda that covers the key issues affecting the present and future welfare of the Lakota.
Tribal leaders are taking steps to develop their own social service programs to maintain the integrity of the tribes and their futures because of their concern with high placement rates of Native children in state institutions or with white families. A 2011 Peabody Award winning NPR investigative series by Laura Sullivan alleges that the State of South Dakota has not complied with the Indian Child Welfare Act. Concern about the taking of Lakota children by the State of South Dakota has caused the Oglala Sioux Nation (Pine Ridge Reservation) President Bryan Brewer to declare a state of emergency.
The meeting will focus on successful efforts that are already underway by Native American tribes. These include the LOWO Lakota Practice Model conducted by the Oglala Sioux Tribe on the Pine Ridge Reservation. And, the Lakota People’s Law Project will present on the Port Gamble SKallam Tribe from Washington State, which has succeeded in getting direct federal funding for its social welfare programs.
The Lakota are also concerned about saving their sacred sites from development or misuse. Tim Mentz, Sr (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe) will discuss the Vantage Project and the discovery of sacred sites on the US Canadian border. Russell Eagle Bear (Rosebud Sioux Tribe) will present an update on Pe Sla and the status of the purchase of this sacred site by the tribes. Waste Win Young (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe) will talk about Nuclear Regulatory Commission uranium projects in Lakota / Dakota country and how to educate young people and get them involved in these issues. Members from the Oglala, Standing Rock, and the Cheyenne River tribes will discuss the Keystone pipeline.
Now on contract with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the Lakota Peoples Law Project has been partnering with tribes and leaders in South Dakota since 2005 from its offices in Rapid City, SD and Santa Cruz, CA. The Lakota People’s Law Project is providing technical support for the tribes to gain direct federal funding for the development and operation of their own child and family service programs. The project combines public interest law, research, education, and organizing into a unique model for advocacy and social reform.
The Lakota People’s Law Project is sponsored by the non-profit Romero Institute based in Santa Cruz, California. The Institute is named after slain human rights advocate Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador. The Institute seeks to identify and dismantle structural sources of injustice and threats to the survival of our human family.
San Mateo, California (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
Critical Path, Inc., a global leader in Messaging, Security, and Unified Communications, today announced that CEO Mark Palomba addressed the 16th Nordic & Baltic Telcoms Executive Forum in Copenaghen, Denmark, in September.
Mr. Palomba discussed opportunity in a world of change, highlighting the unique challenges – and opportunities – that CP sees in the Service Provider space. Mr. Palomba shared how CP is uniquely positioned to help telco operators deliver on their strategies going forward, including:
Capitalizing on cloud computing.
Differentiating services, increasing loyalty, and enhancing retention.
Growing revenues though branded communications solutions for consumers and businesses.
Mr. Palomba addressed senior telco decision makers, speaking on how disruption creates opportunity, as well as challenge. “Our world is changing at a frenetic pace, with many of our customers struggling to cope with increased competition and changing expectations from their customers – both business and consumer”. To help Service Providers overcome these challenges, Mr. Palomba shared that “CP will be unique in providing scalable and costeffective communications and collaboration solutions in cloud, software, or appliance packaging”.
CP is also a sponsor of the Forum, which brings together top executives from leading service providers, operators, and vendors to collaboratively address:
Nordic market trends.
Opportunities for growth, retention, and monetisation.
Overcoming the challenges of the current global economic environment.
The significant changes happening in the industry, and in the Nordic markets.
CP has a strong presence in the Nordics, with leading telecom customers like TeliaSonera, Telenor, and Tele2. Added Mr. Palomba, Our presence at the 16th Nordic & Baltic Telcoms Executive Forum affirms our commitment to supporting regional clients, collaboratng to deliver innovative, user-friendly, and affordable services and solutions.
About Critical Path, Inc.
CP is a global leader in Messaging, Security, and Unified Communications. CP connects the world, delivering superior technology, solutions, service, and support to leading Enterprise and Service Provider partners worldwide. CP empowers partners with maximum choice, flexibility, and confidence by delivering world-class, scalable solutions via the cloud, software, and appliance. CPs extensive portfolio of products, delivered as white-label services and applications, enables millions of people to communicate, connect, share, and organize while providing industry-leading safety and assurance. With offices around the globe, CP helps customers drive revenue, boost loyalty, streamline operations, and reduce costs. More information is available at http://www.cp.net.
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