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December 21, 1995
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State Loosens Gasoline Spill Cleanup Rules No cleanup required in many cases
Bear Lincoln Murder Charges Renewed Prosecution and defense reveal trial strategy at hearing
Bleak Christmas for Detroit Newspaper Strikers Striking workers in trouble after five months on picket line
Congressional Deal to Muzzle the Internet Vague "indecency" ban called threat to free speech
Global Warming no Longer Questioned But U.S. and other "Carbon Club" nations reject findings
NAFTA Environmental Protection Toothless, Say Critics NAFTA environmental commission proves powerless
Military Wants More Arms Trafficking Selling more weapons abroad
U.S. Companies Still Export Banned Pesticides Illegal in U.S. because health threats
Tim Ream Declares Victory, Ends Fast 75-day hunger strike ends with bill to repeal salvage logging
Argentina's Dictatorship of the Perfect Body Obsession with slimness and beauty even affects children
Promising Anti-AIDS Compound in Native Plant Common bush used by Native Americans
Christmas Gifts for Corporate PAC's Political donations pay off well for big corporations
Ad Agency Offers Top 10 Flubs of 1995 And it seemed like such a good idea at the time...
Live! On Stage! A look at on-line visits by "celebrities"
Innocents Lost Mothers of gay children who have committed suicide
Stealth Strategy Inside view of the Christian Coalition
Last Stop Before the Censorship State
Will the government become the Internet censor?|
Mark Lowenthal Mortgaging the Fourth Estate
Ignorance is Strength The politics behind Global Warming science
Congressional Budget Spells Ruin for Family Farms Goodbye Mom 'n' Pop, hello agribusiness
Steve Forbes and the Flat Tax How would a multi-millionaire do under a flat tax?
Letters Sez who? Sez me!
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