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The weekday begins early for Lauro on the St. Louis Park house he shares along with his three kids. The only father rises at 5:40 a.m. and readies himself for work and his 7-year-old daughter for varsity.

On a current chilly winter morning, Lauro, 46, warmed up his 2006 Jeep at 6:30 a.m. and walked his daughter to the top of the car parking zone, the place she climbs on the varsity bus at 6:40 a.m. Then he headed to his job as a housekeeping supervisor at a Residence Inn about 10 miles away.

As he backed out of the poorly plowed car parking zone, his automotive radio performed “Secure and Sound” by Capital Cities. He took an easy path to work, driving rigorously over the snowy roads, staying just below the pace restrict, and stopping utterly at cease indicators.

His automotive is adorned with comedian e book collectible figurines. A beige cap with the moniker  “Driver’s Licenses For All” hangs off of a cellphone holder on the entrance window. 

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