Laura Bush may no longer be the first lady, but she's keeping her schedule busy. Politico reports that she's developing a "women's empowerment initiative" at the George W. Bush Policy Institute in Dallas. On Tuesday, she'll meet with 25 of her advisers, including former White House press secretary Dana Perino, the founder of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and her former chiefs of staff. The team will help Bush figure out how to continue work on her pet issue—human rights, education, and women's health.
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