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Duluth council begins budgetary bloodletting 16.11.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: Business
The axe fell this week on a high speed train study, the public arts commission and public housing. City council members are trying to trim a city budget strained by health care expenses for retired employees.
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Public housing tenants feel squeezed 16.11.2007 MSNBC
Some Chicago public housing tenants are convinced that police are hassling them in a plot by City Hall to empty out the projects and redevelop the land.
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Chicago Tenants Fear Being Pushed Out 16.11.2007 AP National
CHICAGO (AP) -- Jacqueline Thompson has lived in the public housing projects for nearly half a century and can't remember ever seeing this many police officers around before....
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Leaky, smelly room in a San Francisco SRO: $1,000 a month 4.11.2007 SFGate: Op-Ed
In a city with the third-highest median income in the country, about 30,000 San Franciscans - 4 percent of the city's population - live in abysmal conditions in more than 500 single-room-occupancy hotels. The hotels that fare worst are privately owned, which... ...
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Leaky, smelly room in a San Francisco SRO: $1,000 a month 3.11.2007 SFGate: Op-Ed
In a city with the third-highest median income in the country, about 30,000 San Franciscans - 4 percent of the city's population - live in abysmal conditions in more than 500 single-room-occupancy hotels. The hotels that fare worst are privately owned, which... ...
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You can go home again 28.10.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Former public housing resident takes a page from latest chapter of Near North Side's rebirth

Miles Warren III, 26, spent seven years of his childhood living in the Cabrini Green public-housing project then moved around the city with his family until they settled in Lincoln Park.

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You can go home again 28.10.2007 Chicago Tribune: Real Estate
Former public housing resident takes a page from latest chapter of Near North Side's rebirth

Miles Warren III, 26, spent seven years of his childhood living in the Cabrini Green public-housing project then moved around the city with his family until they settled in Lincoln Park.
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Obama learned from failed Congress run (AP) 24.10.2007 Yahoo: Politics
AP - Barack Obama learned campaign humility the hard way — in a failed congressional effort during which his opponent portrayed him as an "educated fool," more at home on a college campus than a city street. ...
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Obama learned from failed Congress run (AP) 24.10.2007 Elections
AP - Barack Obama learned campaign humility the hard way — in a failed congressional effort during which his opponent portrayed him as an "educated fool," more at home on a college campus than a city street. ...
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Obama Learned From Failed Congress Run 24.10.2007 AP Politics
CHICAGO (AP) -- Barack Obama learned campaign humility the hard way - in a failed congressional effort during which his opponent portrayed him as an "educated fool," more at home on a college campus than a city street....
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EU 'blue card' to lure highly skilled migrants 23.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
The 27-nation bloc is trying to compete with the U.S. "green card" system and plans in other Western countries to get the best-qualified migrant labor.
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EU 'blue card' to lure highly skilled migrants 23.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Business
The 27-nation bloc is trying to compete with the U.S. "green card" system and plans in other Western countries to get the best-qualified migrant labor.
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Hundreds protest Puerto Rican "pet massacre" (Reuters) 22.10.2007 Yahoo: Top Stories

A group of the Puerto Rico's Canine Federation walks with a Golden Retriever to the House of Laws in demonstration against animal cruelty in San Juan, Puerto Rico, October 17, 2007. (Ana Martinez/Reuters)Reuters - Hundreds of people, angered over an alleged "pet massacre" in Puerto Rico's northwest town of Barceloneta, joined in a protest march on Sunday from the island's Supreme Court to its Capitol.


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Hundreds protest Puerto Rican "pet massacre" 22.10.2007 Reuters Global Coverage
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) - Hundreds of people, angered over an alleged "pet massacre" in Puerto Rico's northwest town of Barceloneta, joined in a protest march on Sunday from the island's Supreme Court to its ...
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Newsom reflects on 4 years of ups and downs as election approaches 21.10.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
From behind the desk in his stately City Hall office, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom looks back on his first term and says the "chattering class" - his term for political insiders - got it all wrong when they thought they had him figured out. When he was... ...
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CAMPAIGN 2007 / SAN FRANCISCO MAYOR'S RACE / THE ISSUES 21.10.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Social Services What's happened? The city's new universal health care system - authored by Newsom and Supervisor Tom Ammiano - has been widely hailed and is being closely watched by other cities, states and even presidential candidates. Started in July at two... ...
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Owners of animals killed at Puerto Rico bridge file $22.5 million lawsuit 21.10.2007 Star Tribune: World
Pet owners whose dogs and cats were thrown to their deaths from a bridge have filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit against the company that took the animals away and others they claimed were involved in the killings.
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Newsom reflects on 4 years of ups and downs as election approaches 20.10.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
From behind the desk in his stately City Hall office, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom looks back on his first term and says the "chattering class"- his term for political insiders - got it all wrong when they thought they had him figured out. When he was... ...
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1 killed, 1 wounded in public housing shooting 9.10.2007 Chicago Tribune: Popular
A 23-year-old man was killed and a woman wounded in a shooting this morning at a public housing complex on Chicago's North Side.
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L.A.'s major league play: Dodgers' 50 years in Los Angeles 7.10.2007 LA Times: Most Emailed
Fifty years ago, L.A. City Council voted to provide Walter O'Malley with 300-plus acres in Chavez Ravine. The rest is baseball history.

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