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  • Letters

    Letters

    April 30, 2004

    A soldier’s story Great article [“Soldier’s mom reveals Iraq nightmare,” PWW, 4/24-30]. Too bad we do not read about this in our local papers. I am forwarding this article to others. Please tell this mother my...

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  • Editorials

    Editorials

    April 30, 2004

    Women’s march points the way forward George W. Bush fled to Camp David for the weekend, but he still couldn’t ignore a million pro-choice demonstrators walking past the White House. On April 26, he had the...

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  • Health crisis hits kids

    Health crisis hits kids

    April 30, 2004 By Phil E. Benjamin

    When you have over 40 million people without any health insurance at all – and another 70 million with limited and poor coverage – while suffering is widespread, some categories of people are at greater risk.

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  • Telephone employees stand strong in Texas

    Telephone employees stand strong in Texas

    April 30, 2004

    DALLAS – Communications Workers of America members are waiting out big contract deadlines, but they aren’t sitting still. They are holding marches and rallies, and they are signing up supporters to switch telephone companies if the...

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  • Getting paid for overtime

    Getting paid for overtime

    April 30, 2004 By Art Perlo

    After 30 years, I still remember my rage and frustration. I was cleaning up after a hot, hard eight-hour shift at Oregon Steel, when the foreman came into the locker room. “Put your work clothes back...

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