Hillary Clinton Calls for a ‘National Service Reserve’
At a speech in Florida, Hillary Clinton announced a national service program aimed at millennials. In the fifth installment of her “Stronger Together” speeches, the Democratic nominee said she wants to strengthen the culture of service in the United States. She called for the creation of a National Service Reserve of five million people around the country, as well as tripling the size of AmeriCorps.
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