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This month the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, released a report entitled “Safe Routes to School: 2007 State of the States” [PDF]. Read up on walking in the state of the union and the implementation of a $612 million federal Safe Routes to School’s program funded by Congress in 2005.

 



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