Jim Earley

resident of Westminster, Colorado

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Father of three in Westminster, Colorado, part of the Jefferson County School District

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More than 1,000 kids from a dozen high schools joined teachers and parents last week on the streets of Jefferson County, a large and politically important suburban area outside Denver.

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More than 1,000 kids from a dozen high schools joined teachers and parents last week on the streets of Jefferson County, a large and politically important suburban area outside Denver.

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