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Dallas gets tough with panhandlers 03:19 PM CDT on Wednesday, May 23, 2007 By DAVE LEVINTHAL / The Dallas Morning News dlevinthal@dallasnews.com Dallas’ anti-panhandling ordinance is now stricter than ever, as the City Council on Wednesday morning added several new provisions to...
Senate OKs cancer measure Legislature: Deadline for proposal drawing near as it returns to House 08:03 AM CDT on Wednesday, May 23, 2007 By CHRISTY HOPPE / The Dallas Morning News choppe@dallasnews.com AUSTIN – Texas moved a step closer to kick-starting one of the largest...
Senate OKs bill for school Bible classes But the measure's wording is causing confusion over whether elective must be offered By GARY SCHARRER Copyright 2007 Houston Chronicle Austin Bureau AUSTIN — The Senate easily passed and sent to the governor a bill Wednesday to teach...
In the Democratic Congress, Pork Still Gets Served 'Phonemarking' Is Among Ways Around Appropriations Process By John Solomon and Jeffrey H. Birnbaum Washington Post Staff Writers Thursday, May 24, 2007; Page A01 When the new Democratic majority in the House of Representatives...
Tipping-Point Shock Confounding the Experts, A Poll Finds Prices Must Go Way Higher to Alter Driving By Steven Mufson and Jon Cohen Washington Post Staff Writers Thursday, May 24, 2007; Page D01 Even with high gas prices causing financial hardship for many Americans, most...
House votes to make energy price-gouging illegal By Barbara Hagenbaugh, USA TODAY WASHINGTON — The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation Wednesday that would give the government the power to impose millions of dollars in fines and jail time on people seen as gouging...
60-Year-Old Woman Gives Birth to Twin Boys A 60 year old woman from New Jersey gave birth to twin boys making her the oldest woman in the United States to give birth. Frieda Birnbaum, 60, from New Jersey gave birth by Cesarean section on Tuesday making her the oldest woman in...
House approves anti-OPEC bill By JOSEF HEBERT, Associated Press Writer Tue May 22, 6:04 PM ET WASHINGTON - Decrying near-record high gasoline prices, the House voted Tuesday to allow the government to sue OPEC over oil production quotas. The White House objected, saying that...
Survey: U.S. Muslims Assimilated, Opposed to Extremism By Alan Cooperman Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, May 23, 2007; Page A03 Unlike Muslim minorities in many European countries, U.S. Muslims are highly assimilated, close to parity with other Americans in income and...