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by Gotham Gazette Staff, Mar 14, 2012

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Peace Corps - Currently 413 New Yorkers are Peace Corps volunteers serving in 73 countries. Since 1961, when the Peace Corps was created, thousands of New Yorkers have joined the Peace Corps.

The White House - The official site of the nation's Executive Branch.

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US House - Find out representative(s) for your district and state. The latest news and press releases. Info on committees, special task forces, roll calls and other essential facts about the 106th Congress.

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