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State Pushes Retraining Efforts
September 17, 2007
Anne Bond Emrich
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LANSING — The state’s No Worker Left Behind program is giving displaced workers and low-income earners up to $10,000 in free tuition assistance to help them get the education and training they need to transition to a new career.
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