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As part of our continuing series, "Conversations," reporter Michael Cottman speaks with Cathy Travis. She's the author of "Constitution Translated for Kids," a simple translation of the entire U.S. Constitution written on a 5th grade level. Travis worked on Capitol Hill for 25 years writing speeches and advising members of Congress...

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