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  • Editorials

    Editorials

    June 6, 2003

    Thank you Glenn Fine! In a report released on June 3, Glenn A. Fine, inspector general of the Department of Justice (DOJ), said the mass arrests of immigrants in the aftermath of Sept. 11 was plagued...

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  • These cuts wont heal

    These cuts wont heal

    June 6, 2003

    The Medical-Industrial complex targets Medicare and Medicaid(see related story below) The Medical-Industrial complex has set its sights not only on reaping massive profits from the medical insurance, durable equipment, bio-med technology (the ooh ah bells and...

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  • Little Maine: the dragon slayer

    Little Maine: the dragon slayer

    June 6, 2003 By Phil E. Benjamin

    When two British publications – The Economist magazine and The Financial Times – pay tribute, of sorts, to the actions of a single state in the USA, you can be sure that history has been made.

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  • Urgent campaign to save San Pedro River

    Urgent campaign to save San Pedro River

    June 6, 2003

    Tucson, Ariz. – The continued existence of the Southwest’s ecologically vital San Pedro River is under severe threat, environmental activists say, because of a rider to the FY 2004 Defense Authorization Act. The proposed new clause,...

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  • Black telephone workers fight for MLK holiday

    Black telephone workers fight for MLK holiday

    June 6, 2003

    NEWARK, N.J. – Black telephone workers at Verizon are continuing their fight to force the company to make Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday a paid holiday. Although Dr. King’s birthday was won as a federal...

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