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  • School bus drivers organize

    School bus drivers organize

    April 5, 2002

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. – When a group of angry school bus drivers marched into the management office at First Student School Bus Company on February 27, the supervisors were shocked. The workers, accompanied by representatives of...

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  • In honor of Chvez

    In honor of Chvez

    April 5, 2002

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The 75th birthday of César Chávez was celebrated here by more than 2,000 marchers. For many blocks, the colorful array of flags and signs and the beautifully costumed dancers brightened a lovely spring...

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  • Parade theme is Chvez holiday campaign

    Parade theme is Chvez holiday campaign

    April 5, 2002

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A mix of signs calling for voter approval of New Mexico Constitutional Amendment No. 7, which would establish a statewide holiday in honor of César Chávez, and Jobs with Justice signs, dominated the...

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  • Report: Hollywood colluded with tobacco giants

    Report: Hollywood colluded with tobacco giants

    April 5, 2002

    LONDON – From Sean Connery in Never Say Never to Paul Hogan in Crocodile Dundee, actors lit up on screen because of collusion between Hollywood and the tobacco industry, researchers allege. Even Betty Boop, the wide-eyed...

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  • Game show highlights low-income tax benefits

    Game show highlights low-income tax benefits

    April 5, 2002 By Evelina Alarcon

    NEW YORK – An underutilized and underpublicized government benefit program designed to provide financial relief to low-income and unemployed people is the focus of a 15-minute special to be aired weekly at various times on Manhattan...

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