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More about the Subpoenas on Antiwar Protest Are Dropped
"Despite any retreat by the Iowa U.S. Attorney," Mr. Stone said, "there remain serious questions about the scope of this particular investigation. If it was just a trespassing investigation, why seek the membership records of the National Lawyers Guild? If this was an attempt to chill protests through the aggressive policing of a run-of-the-mill crime, we've got a serious problem in America."
Utah House Rebukes Bush With Its Vote on School Law
The Utah vote was, for the Bush administration, the most troubling of a series of state measures that have either challenged the law or required studies to determine whether its costs are higher than the federal money it brings.
Black Vote Dissed During Michigan Caucus
While Sen. John Kerry swept three states this weekend, many voters in Detroit - where nearly 90 percent of the city?s population is Black - and in surrounding Dearborn, Flint and Ypsilanti encountered problems when they went to their polling districts. The mix-up occurred when their regular caucus sites were closed at the last minute and voters were redirected to new sites.
When Craig voted he said there was a woman there who had been to three places and still wasn't at the correct place. Considering voter turnout has been at all-time highs in perhaps every state except Michigan, which incidently reached the second highest of it's history, I'm inclined to believe that many voters were disenfranchised after attempting two or three locations.
Meanwhile, back in Maine, remember Maine? Caucus results remain unofficial
Now They Tell Us
Where was the Media??
posted by Cyndy