September

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The weeks baseball wind-ups

The Thrill and the Agony With six games to play in the regular season, only two teams have clinched their division titles:

Blacked out Baltimore asks why?

BALTIMORE – George W. Bush flew to Richmond, Va., Sept. 22, surveying a region with one million households without electricity six days after Hurricane Isabel barreled through.

Corporate America and far-right buy grassroots campaigns

A mockery of democracy Back in July, Judge Charles McCoy dismissed a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles by Taxpayers Against the Governor’s Recall charging widespread fraud in the collection of 1.6 million signatures which forced the special Oct. 7 election on the recall of California Gov. Gray Davis.

Bush attacks OSHA

This year’s proposed budget has the Bush administration cutting the already meager budgets of the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

The fight to close corporate tax loopholes

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Coalition to Protect Education and Health Care, a non-partisan group of concerned parents, teachers, health care employees, seniors, and working families, rallied here on Sept. 9 at the state capital urging the General Assembly to close corporate tax loopholes and restore funding for education.

INS shipping migrants out of state

TUCSON, Ariz. – On Sept. 8 the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) started the daily busing and flying of 300 of the approximately 1,100 undocumented Mexican migrants who are picked up by Border Patrol in Arizona every day to ports of entry hundreds of miles away in Texas at McAllen, Laredo, Del Rio, and El Paso.

National Clips

EAST LOS ANGELES: Latinos protest Schwarzenegger / DEARBORN, Mich.: Workers protest phony Bush jobs plan / COLUMBUS, Ohio: Unity = Victory for Rx coverage / NASHVILLE, Tenn.: African Americans live sicker and die sooner

PWW story among most censored

An article by Karen Talbot titled “Coup-making in Venezuela: The Bush and oil factors,” which appeared in the July 27, 2002, edition of the People’s Weekly World, has been named one of the 25 most censored stories of 2002-2003.

Californians gird to block recall Oct. 7

SAN FRANCISCO – The labor-led fight to defeat the recall of California Gov. Gray Davis is surging forward despite a Sept. 22 court ruling that reinstated Oct. 7 as the date of the special election.

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