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Jamar D. Jordan, Attorney at Law

Jamar Jordan has a law practice in Miami (FL)
305-527-5835
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1756 N Bayshore Dr Apt 20-F, Miami, FL 33132
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  • Florida (FL) 2002
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    Miami-dade: Miami
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    Los Angeles Times For example, Doctors for America, a nonprofit that pressed Congress to pass the healthcare law, is training 100 doctors and medical students, according to executive director Dr. Alice Chen. Americans who ... About one-third live in California, Texas or ... more »
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