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Autism in the News – 02.28.11

Arkansas House Report: Commission on Women, autism funding (The City Wire)
This week was a great refresher for me as to why I gave up precious time with my family, leisure time with my coffee cartel, working out and all of the other things I did before I committed myself back to public service. Read more.

Mildly autistic an ‘untapped’ pool of work force talent (Maplewood, Minn.)
Temple Grandin wants more autistic people in your workplace. If they don’t become part of the work force, your company will lose out. Read more.

Businesses take part in autism fundraiser (Coshocton, Ohio)
More than 20 businesses come together Sunday afternoon for the Autism Speaks Fundraiser at Hopewell School. Read more.

Missing Oxnard man with autism found in Ventura (Oxnard, Calif.)
Ventura police found an Oxnard man this afternoon who has been missing since Saturday. Read more.

MSU hosts autism awareness symposium (Charleston Daily Mail)
Mountain State University held the first in a three-series symposium on autism to spread awareness and education to the public on the detection, diagnosis and treatment for the developmental disorder. Read more.

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