First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Gov. Lawton Chiles, right, kick off Florida Children's Week 1997 as they greet children at Kate Sullivan Elementary School to highlight the school's Reading Recovery program Monday, April 7, 1997, in Tallahassee.
First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Gov. Lawton Chiles, right, kick off Florida Children's Week 1997 as they greet children at Kate Sullivan Elementary School to highlight the school's Reading Recovery program Monday, April 7, 1997, in Tallahassee. MARK FOLEY AP
First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Gov. Lawton Chiles, right, kick off Florida Children's Week 1997 as they greet children at Kate Sullivan Elementary School to highlight the school's Reading Recovery program Monday, April 7, 1997, in Tallahassee. MARK FOLEY AP

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