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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Advocates in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Advocates in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of Advocates in a Sentence

  1. State Sen. Ricardo Lara:

    Ira Mehlman said. In October Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that extended Medi-Cal to illegal immigrant children as of 2016, which is estimated to apply to approximately 170,000 children. Some lawmakers in the state see the move as only a first step however. State Sen. Ricardo Lara advocates expanding health insurance to all illegal immigrants in the state. An early version of State Sen. Ricardo Lara bill failed after being priced at more than $ 1 billion, the LA Times reported. We have made tremendous progress in California this year to address these health disparities by expanding access to health care coverage for all children, but as this report indicates there is so much work still to be done.

  2. Austin Beutner:

    The charter law is decades old, and it makes sense to me to pause while experts – not advocates – study all of the issues and propose what adjustments, if any, might be appropriate to the law to provide a path for the next 20 years.

  3. Peter Buffett:

    Our goal is to create the conditions for change by advancing the work of the real experts in this movement : girls and young women of color and the advocates working with them, novo.

  4. Secretary Pompeo:

    Human rights advocates won great and laudable victories in our lifetimes, from the defeat of fascism, to the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe, to the end of Apartheid, but that was then. The great and noble human rights project of the 20th Century is in crisis.

  5. Mark Jaycox:

    Privacy advocates will be there to steadfastly oppose any privacy and invasive information sharing bills.

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