|by Diana Scott Native Americans protest revival of old San Francisco statue in front of new city library|
|by Philip E. Daoust Clinton appears to have abandoned his promise to help repeal the "salvage rider" law endangering old-growth forests|
|by Steven Barmazel Companies will not have to contribute to fund for treatment of lead poisoning in children under six|
|by Jeff Elliott Southern California Senator filed 1992 papers in Santa Rosa renouncing U.S., state citizenship in favor of a "white man's citizenship" that released him from obligation to pay income taxes|
|Stepped-up border patrols will cause more deaths, while most illegal immigration is by people who enter with valid tourist visas|
|by Farhan Haq A union fighting a three month lock-out claims company owners are linked to the 1975 massacre|
|by Jim Lobe New discoveries in the Amazon may debunk popular theories about Native people crossing Bering strait land bridge|
|by Bert Wilkinson After the "cyanide river" disaster last August, the government is about to track environmental damage for the first time|
|by Elaine Hopkins While aboveground nuclear testing in the U.S. is long over, the veterans and workers that participated die lingering deaths|
|Living in poverty has a measurable effect on children's intellegence, debunking claims made by "Bell Curve" claims of racial inferiority|
|by Farhan Haq Protests over the Confederate "stars and bars" on the Georgia flag flying over the 1996 Olympics at Atlanta|
|by Haider Rizvi Uniroyal Corp. sells hazardous pesticide overseas even though it has been withdrawn from domestic markets for "health and safety reasons"|
|by Arjay Morgan Vietnamese farmers are battling the state for right to grow a traditional plant that Florida considers a noxious weed|
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