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1. This past May, President George W. Bush signed into law the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), which outlaws discrimination in insurance and employment on the basis of genetic tests.
2. The once-notorious party-girl daughters of former President George W. Bush visited their party days again in 2010 when they dressed up for a UNICEF masquerade ball.
3. Former President George W. Bush didn't come close to making the final cut, while his predecessor in the Oval Office, Bill Clinton, ranks 31st, ahead of a number of sitting heads of government.
4. For seven long years, President George W. Bush treated former Pakistani leader Pervez Musharraf as an ally and hero when a much more calibrated -- and realistic -- policy was needed.
5. Not long ago, President George W. Bush was considered naive for suggesting that the promotion of democracy in the Arab world should be a staple of American foreign policy.
6. US President George W. Bush planning to push for faster elimination of ozone-damaging chemicals called hydro chlorofluorocarbon, or CFCs.
7. US President George W. Bush gave Brown a present of a fur-trimmed leather bomber -- or aviator -- jacket when the prime minister visited him at his Camp David retreat, north of Washington.
8. President George W. Bush hailed the killing of the taliban's top one-legged military strategist, Mullah Dadullah, as a "sure sign" the United States "has turned the corner" in the war.
9. It was reflexive for liberals to rail at President George W. Bush for jingoism.
10. US President George W. Bush named Nebraska Governor Mike Johanns as the new secretary of agriculture on Thursday, to succeed Ann M. Veneman, who announced her resignation in mid-November.
11. President George W. Bush and his neoconservative advisers disregarded the ethnic and sectarian realities in Iraq and the balance of power in the Persian Gulf.
12. US President George W. Bush, scrutinized in the memoir by his ex-spokesman McAllen, is considering writing a memoir of his own.
13. Former President George W. Bush read from a letter written by President Abraham Lincoln to a mother who had lost five sons in the Civil War.
14. But the cartoonist is making a pun here, as bush league is also "Bush league", second-rate because it comes from people with minds like that of President George W. Bush.
15. Our Urbanist in Chief may sit in the Oval Office, but Americans continue to vote with their feet for the adopted hometown of widely disdained former President George W. Bush.
16. President-elect Barack Obama said Friday he wanted legislation in Congress to permit federal funding on stem cell research and overturn a ban imposed by President George W. Bush.
17. Mr. Greenspan stuttered for a moment, then recovered. He said that when President George W. Bush took office, he pulled Mr. Greenspan aside and promised never to criticize the Federal Reserve.
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18. It is unclear why Medea died in the early days of the Bush administration, but President George W. Bush developed a reputation for opposing many kinds of environmental initiatives.
19. In late 2001, a month after the Sept. 11 attacks, the director of central intelligence told President George W. Bush of a secret warning that Al Qaeda had hidden an atom bomb in New York City.
20. He serves as co-chair of the U.S.-Vietnamese Dialogue on Agent Orange, and in 2007 President George W. Bush named him chairman of the U.S.-Palestinian Public-Private Partnership.
21. It originated in the "guns and butter" spending of President Lyndon Baines Johnson in the 1960s, and similar spending of today's President George W. Bush.
22. Schiavo's case went back and forth through the U.S. courts and even prompted then President George W. Bush to intervene as her husband fought for doctors to halt feeding and let her die.
23. Following a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives, the bid was referred to U.S. President George W. Bush.
24. Former England soccer manager Steve McClaren fought off tough competition from US President George W. Bush to win a dreaded "Foot in Mouth" award on Tuesday from the Plain English campaign.
25. The U.S. State of Birds report, released by the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar on Tuesday, was requested in October 2007 by President George W. Bush.
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