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As Maine goes, so can the nation

Maine has been leading the country in driving down the cost of prescription drugs and in the last two months has moved to do the same for health insurance. In September, the Maine legislature enacted a bill to set the wheels in motion for establishing a universal health-care system for all Maine residents.

Quit, don't switch

Millions of Americans smoke “low-tar,” “mild,” or “light” cigarettes, believing them to be less harmful than other cigarettes.

V&V workers win union

CHICAGO, Ill. – “This is a perfect example that if we stay united in battle we will win the war! Si se puede!”

Steelworkers face unprecedented crisis

PITTSBURGH – Members of the United Steelworkers of America (USWA) began pouring the World Trade Center steel in 1966. Union construction workers finished the job in 1970.

Afghanistans future debated in Bonn

The United Nations convened its first formal talks on a post-Taliban transitional government in Afghanistan Nov. 27.

In memory of a seafaring man Roy Rydell Feb. 15, 1919-Nov. 20, 2001

NEW YORK – Roy Rydell, a member of the People’s Weekly World editorial board, died here Nov. 20. He would have been 83 on Feb. 15.

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