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Originally posted on Secretary Pritzker's Medium channel.
I love my hometown of Chicago. I am committed to my city. I am proud to have built businesses and organizations in my city.
And yet, three years ago, I walked away from Chicago and moved to Washington, so I could accept the incredible honor of serving President Obama in his cabinet.
Guest blog post by Rafi Goldberg, Policy Analyst, National Telecommunications and Information Administration's Office of Policy Analysis and Development
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