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Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg

Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg is a Part-Time Lecturer at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey where she teaches a course on wrongful convictions. She is a proud union member of the Part-Time Lecturer chapter of AFT at Rutgers.

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Clinton Platform members got up to tell the Committee, guests, and the audience watching at home on CSPAN that they oppose the TPP. But they would not add these words to the platform: “We oppose the TPP.”

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