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Atlanta Progressive News

Activists and concerned citizens first received word of the ordinance when the City Council was prepared to approve it June 4, 2007. Citizen outrage and concern among certain City Council Members forced the Full Council to send the ordinanc

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eWeek

Imagine a world where every single manufactured item is tagged with a tiny RFID chip that holds various bits of information about that item. And as each item moves along a supply chain—pharmaceutical, aerospace, consumer goods, automotive, livestock

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AP

The Bush administration cannot legally detain a U.S. resident it believes is an al-Qaida sleeper agent without charging him, a divided federal appeals court ruled. Sanctioning the indefinite detention of civilians would have "disastrous conseque

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AP

States should have the power to restrict the movement of patients with contagious diseases even before they have the chance to disobey doctors' orders, says a top federal health official. The need for such authority to order someone quarantine

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Reuters

In a major victory for TV networks, a U.S. appeals court on Monday overruled federal regulators who decided that expletives uttered on broadcast television violated decency standards. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York, i

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Morning Call(Penn)

The state Superior Court has overturned the harassment conviction of a South Whitehall Township man who frequently participated in anti-abortion protests at an Allentown clinic. Phillip T. Pongracz was "crude and childish"

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Washington Post(Steve Barr)

The changes would sharply curb union rights at Defense and overhaul how the department's civilian employees are paid, promoted and disciplined. The ruling ended a string of judicial and legislative triumphs by unions opposed to Bush adminstratio

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Bush and his TheoCon and NeoCon supporters have rewritten the role book and American history. But we can fight back. Join us Friday to hear Chris Dadda, author of Liars for Jesus as she debunks the 'history' now being taught to your childre

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Frontline (PBS)

Is the Bush administration's domestic war on terror jeopardizing our civil liberties? FRONTLINE examines the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance program, the FBI's seizure of records on 250,000 ordinary Americans vacationing

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Christian Science Monitor

Jose Padilla has been held in solitary confinement for five years, enduring what experts say is some of the harshest treatment of any convicted criminal in the US. Yet he has not been convicted of a crime.

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Christian Science Monitor

I learned about this rule the hard way. During a recess during jury selection, I approached a prosecutor and asked who at the US Attorney's Office was handling questions from the press. A court security officer confronted me. He accused me of con

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