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President George W. Bush signs S. 2634, the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act, in the Roosevelt Room Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004. The act authorizes the spending of $82 million for youth suicide prevention programs at college campus mental health centers. The legislation is named for Garret Smith, the son of Sen. Gordon Smith, R-Ore., and Sharon Smith, who are standing directly behind the President. Their son committed suicide Sept. 8, 2003. White House photo by Paul Morse

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