Year 3 of the ACA; Tracking Down a Lost Piece of History; A New Code for School Discipline

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A statue in Seneca Falls, New York

The Declaration of Sentiments is the foundational document for women's rights, drafted in Seneca Falls in 1848 — and as far as The White House can tell, it's missing. The Chief Technology Officer of the United States explains how YOU can help find it. Plus: what you need to know as open enrollment approaches for Year 3 of the Affordable Care ACt; the details of New York City’s new school discipline procedures; Father James Martin tells a tale of three spiritual seekers; and Dan Pashman of The Sporkful answers a very important question - are hot dogs sandwiches?