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|Clinton urges Southern states to seek cooperation|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Former President Bill Clinton urged Southern governors to seek cooperation as they try to expand research and development in the region, praising Kentucky and Arkansas for their success cutting the number of uninsured.
Speaking to the Southern Governors’ Association at the group’s annual meeting in Little Rock, the former Arkansas governor said that states that find ways to network and cooperate will have the most success. The group is focusing on promoting and expanding research and development in the South.
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