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Putting his own twist on a frequently invoked slogan, Lou Weiss, the newly elected president of Orange County's
Jewish Federation, intends to make inclusiveness a priority during his tenure.
Rather than "united we stand," Weiss is adopting the motto, "united we flourish." His other...