Being cool to this school in New Albany
Feb 14, 2014 News and Tribune

By Jerod Clapp

NEW ALBANY — Out of his four stops across Southern Indiana on Thursday, three of U.S. Rep. Todd Young’s visits included children from Christian Academy of Indiana.

Young picked up valentines cards from third-graders at the school, talked to them about his job, gave their cards to veterans at the New Albany Veterans Administration Clinic and came back to talk with an economics class at the school.

Though third-graders asked the congressman the tough questions — his favorite part of working in Congress and the like — some of the school’s seniors wanted to know what the economy would look like for them as they entered the job market.

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