Late April 1997
from past issues
Fish Show Hormone-Disruptor Effect Nationwide
Long feared evidence of pollution-caused sterilty, sex faults
Enviros, Property-Rights Advocates Fight Land Use Proposal Would open up much of San Diego County to unrestricted development
Australia, N Zealand Get Tough on Gene-Modified Food Just as U.S. weakens regulations on some types of bio-tech plants
Anti-Enviro Movement Courts Militias, Other Extremists Report documents close ties between anti-environmental leaders and extremist organizations
Summer "White Power Woodstock" Planned "NordicFest" to be in Northern Michigan
Why Johnny Can't Read: The Airport Next Door Kids near airports, other noise don't read as well because they tune out
Gov. Wilson, Calif GOP Push for Harsh Welfare Cuts Hard-liners in Assembly try to subvert bipartisan committee
Ecuador Natives May Sue U.S. Allege Embassy interfered with lawsuit against Texaco
New Sweatshop Panel Doesn't Please Everyone Critics say violators like Nike, Disney, have ways to avoid oversight
Canada's Growth Industry: Sweatshops Lax enforcement of labor laws, high unemployment lead to exploitation of women, immigrants
Salmon Return When Dam Removed Nature restored when aged, faltering dams dismantled
Recycling Under Attack
Why I Resigned From the Clinton Administration Ethics demanded official quit over farce of "welfare reform"
Opening Our Eyes To The Menace of Sprawl Local governments subsidize urban sprawl
'Volunteerism' Lets Clinton Off The Hook "Guilt labor" won't repair America's crumbling infrastructure
Utility Deregulation Will Send Oregon's Water South -- By Wire Northwest activists feared their water would be stolen via pipelines, not powerlines
Letters All hate mail special!
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