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. if i had to chart the modern-day evolution of this issue i would have to give credit to george h.w. bush, president bush and the ada coming together with tony kwai low on the democratic side and the majority leader of in the house at the time. that really raised awareness and it created so many policy opportunities. i think we have been operating with that as a foundation. i think time on these issues has up in recent years. i guess you could call it the trump time. he's only the president -- he's only been president six months and it feels like 10 years. i think a lot of policy issues, you feel like you are really on steroids and it's time to either protect what you have or to make significant beginnings and i think we have been engaged population now more than in recent times. with the engaged population comes lots of opportunity. >> thank you. clarence, i had a quick question. i would love for you to weigh in on this. you know a lot about disability issues and is a columnist you have written about many things from poverty and diversity so leo daniels butler really touched on the
give credit to george ada.bush and the withs a coming together the majority leader of the house at the time. that raised awareness and created so many policy opportunities, and we have been operating with that as the foundation, and i think time on these issues has speeded up in recent years. trumpuld call it the time. he has only been president six months and it feels like 10 years. issues,a lot of policy you feel like you are really on steroids. it is a time to either protect what you have, or to make significant gains. i think we have an engaged population now more than in comes times, so with that with opportunities. clearance, i have a quick question. -- you know a lot about disability issues. you have written about many , diversity.poverty onh daniels-butler touched the intersections between disability, race. as far as some of those crossroads, intersections between disability, what are do you think- how those crossroads are seen publicly? how are they being pretrade specifically when you think of stigmas within different communities? clarence: thank you very much. thank you
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