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Crossing guards for fairness Minimum wage and Oprah Picture would tell tale Facts not right Response PWW does it again

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Cheers for Connecticut Breaking the travel ban Government neglect on Agent Orange Differs on Hezbollah Getting Kansas vote right Take back Congress?

Wake up Wal-Mart rocks St. Louis

ST. LOUIS — As part of the nonstop, cross-country “2006 Change Wal-Mart, Change America” tour, over 150 trade unionists, activists and community leaders rallied here Aug. 11. The tour, scheduled to visit 35 cities in 19 states in 35 days, is sponsored by WakeUpWalMart.com and is designed to build awareness and pressure Wal-Mart to become a better corporate citizen

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Cuban Five lose appeal, fight continues

A federal appeals court handed down bad news for the Cuban Five on Aug. 9. It reversed a decision from its three-judge panel one year ago that nullified their Miami trial because of prejudice.

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Minimum wage & seniors Ex-NASA chief responds Disappointing Correct position

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LCLAA spells solidarity

SAN ANTONIO — If anybody thought the working class is splintering under the American right wing’s battering ram, they could take heart from the convention of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), which concluded here Aug. 5.

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NATIONAL CLIPS

CRAWFORD, Texas: Sheehan returns to Camp Casey COLUMBUS, Ohio: ‘Culture of corruption’ takes down Ney PITTSBURGH: GOP donors support Green candidate TOPEKA, Kan.: ‘Great day for Kansas’ RALEIGH, N.C.: Tarheel State sets up innocence commission

Dear Comrade Fidel Castro,

We wish to extend to you and the Cuban people our very best wishes for a speedy recovery from your recent surgery. We hope you will be able to quickly resume your invaluable work in the struggle for world peace, justice and equality

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Qana in the last days of July 2006 Lebanon invasion was pre-planned The view from here Police torture Torture victim speaks out

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EDITORIAL: Poison pills

Does the hard working woman refilling your coffee cup at the lunch counter look like she deserves a pay cut? That could be the outcome if the minimum wage bill, passed in the dead of the night by the House of Representatives, makes it past the Senate.

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