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  • Canton rallies for pensions

    Canton rallies for pensions

    March 26, 2004

    CANTON, Ohio – This steel city reverberated with the spirit of fight-back against corporate abuse and the politicians who front for them, on March 15. One hundred fifty steelworkers, families and friends rallied in front of...

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  • Cracks appearing in GOP monolith

    Cracks appearing in GOP monolith

    March 26, 2004

    Opinion The other day, as I read the morning Cleveland Plain Dealer, the featured letter to the editor really struck me. The headline asked, β€œIs There Room in the GOP for Moderates?” Its author, Bill Libby,...

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  • Young women say: We will stand for choice April 25

    Young women say: We will stand for choice April 25

    March 26, 2004

    WASHINGTON – In a time where many claim that youth in the United States are not as pro-choice as their mothers, a sizeable delegation of pro-choice young people from across the country aim to stand up...

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  • Profiteering blocks health care

    Profiteering blocks health care

    March 26, 2004 By Phil E. Benjamin

    Citing the cost of health care, Republican Majority leader Dr. Bill Frist conveniently set aside his Hippocratic oath to do no harm.

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  • National Clips

    National Clips

    March 26, 2004

    SEATTLE: Profits vs. jobs, environment Patrick Grennen, a 31-year veteran tankerman, was working alone transferring 23,700 barrels of oil to a 248-foot barge for Foss Maritime Company in December 2003. The amount was 300 barrels short...

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