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The Branson School holds an elite reputation in tony Marin County, charging around $40,000 a year for tuition.
But Cecilia Munoz is confident of victory on immigration reform.
“The public expects policymakers to act,” Munoz told The Daily Beast.
Legislative ups and downs are not new to the 52-year-old Munoz.
Long before Barack Obama ran for president, Cecilia Munoz was on the front lines of the immigration debate.
Individual dwelling units would have been more appropriate in the colony at this stage, thought Marin.
Marin pumped them full of antibiotics, bandaged their wounds, fed them through their veins, and shot them into sleep.
Marin conferred with the executive, outlined the problem as he saw it and his ideas on what could be done to combat the nuisance.
Marin sat and stared at the wall, turning over hypotheses in his mind, discarding them when they failed to make sense.
"Between a hundred million years and twenty thousand years ago, something happened to Glade," Marin went on.