CLAYTON — Something struck Toni Fiorella whenever she would see a mother from her hometown drop two teenage sons off at the laundromat to do the family’s wash. She didn’t know them by name, but they were always respectful. Their mother must be on to something, Fiorella thought. “It’s good,” she said. “She’s making them responsible.”
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