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Issue No. 19
August, September 1996


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National Parks Deteriorating, Says GAO Commerce inside parks is greatest threat

Church Burning Shakes Up Segregated Town Three black churches torched

Water Quality Tests Miss Significant Health Risk Parasite found naturally in watersheds

FREE! CIA Funded Contras By Crack Sales New report available on Internet

Ojibwe Activist Named Green Party VP Winona LaDuke runs with Nader
Nader on Clinton, Environment

August Setbacks to Net Free Speech Censorship efforts from nations, schools

Global Enviro Protections At Risk, Groups Warn Possible rollback of ozone, toxic, endangered species treaties

Communities Printing Local Money At least 30 U.S. cities

EPA Names Top U.S. Polluters By smokestack and underground injection
Industry Trusted To Report Toxics

Fish Decline Must Stop, Experts Say Allow fish populations to rebuild

Farm Workers Battle Mushroom Giant Immigrants paid poverty wages

Dump Smokey The Bear, Say Enviros Salvage loggers like "prevent fires" PR


Prime Suspect Current anti-immigrant frenzy echo 1880's hatreds following sensational Sonoma County murder

Hostages in the Sewer Wars Will the Russian River sewer plant open West County to developers?


Ban All Corporate Donations Should charities rely on the kindness of corporate stranglers?

Best and Worst of Conventions '96 Humor

Harvest Moon Eclipse Summer makes a dramatic exit

Bombing the Usual Suspects Is the U.S. planning to bomb Iran or Iraq?

Ban Fishing With Dynamite, Cyanide Used to catch aquarium, gourmet fish

Letters With new reader feedback

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