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Diddy runs the City

The Thrill and the Agony This week in sports by Chas Walker

Blame profits, not workers, for high health costs

The issue of corporate greed in health care is beginning to make its way into the mass media, thanks in good part to the blatant price-gouging of the pharmaceutical companies.

Arizona: Grassroots can beat big bucks

TUCSON, Ariz. – It is going to take a massive grassroots effort to vanquish the millions and millions of dollars flooding the coffers of the Bush campaign from corporate America, the defense industry, the prison industry, and every other mega-corporation that reaps benefits from donating to Bush.

National Clips

MACON, Ga.: Tobacco merger to destroy 14,000 jobs / MIAMI: U.S. gov’t prosecuting Greenpeace / CHEYENNE, Wyo.: FedEx guilty of sexual harassment / MILWAUKEE, Wis.: Methodists protest Cuba travel restrictions

Canadian health care expert on tour

Doug Allan, a Toronto-based trade union health care researcher and health coalition organizer, will be speaking on “Lessons from Canada’s Public Health Care System” in a series of three events in the eastern United States this week.