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  • Is birth control next?

    Is birth control next?

    April 23, 2004

    “The lady came over to the window and said, ‘I’m so sorry I’m not going to be able to fill your prescription.’ I said, ‘Is there something wrong with the prescription?’ And she said, ‘No, I...

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  • 10,000 march against violence in Philly

    10,000 march against violence in Philly

    April 16, 2004

    NORTH PHILADELPHIA – Dee Smith pushed her son, Marcus, in a wheelchair. Other mothers carried poster-size photos of their children – Michael Keel, 14; Keith Lovett, 17; Jason Sweeney, 16; Thiayanna Son, 10; Antwine Kellam, 18;...

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  • Pittsburgh  Students battle racism

    Pittsburgh Students battle racism

    April 16, 2004

    PITTSBURGH – It was a ticking time bomb bred in segregation and fed by arrogance that exploded on the front pages of two student publications in affluent communities recently. Racism, misogyny and homophobia blew up in...

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  • Mad cows and sick chickens: capitalism and the food supply

    Mad cows and sick chickens: capitalism and the food supply

    April 9, 2004 By Annie Fox

    Are you becoming afraid of the grocery store? If you are, it’s no wonder. Mad cow disease, avian flu, and mercury in salmon are the latest dangers to our food supply.

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  • Starving Section 8 housing to fund war

    Starving Section 8 housing to fund war

    April 9, 2004

    SEATTLE – The new Bush budget would devastate the Section 8 housing program, the National Low-Income Housing Coalition has warned. The slash in funding for housing and other domestic programs is coupled in the Bush budget...

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