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Language, laws a challenge for indigenous migrants 18.3.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
When immigration agents arrested 16 farmworkers in a mass arrest of illegal immigrants early this year, legal advocates raced to find interpreters for some of the men, a few who spoke only a language called Mixtec.
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After arrests of indigenous immigrants, questions about translation and deportations emerge 18.3.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
When immigration agents arrested 16 farmworkers in a mass arrest of illegal immigrants early this year, legal advocates raced to find interpreters for some of the men, a few who spoke only a language called Mixtec.
Language, laws a challenge for indigenous migrants 18.3.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
When immigration agents arrested 16 farmworkers in a mass arrest of illegal immigrants early this year, legal advocates raced to find interpreters for some of the men, a few who spoke only a language called Mixtec. But by the time an interpreter was found,... ...
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After arrests of indigenous immigrants, questions about translation and deportations emerge 18.3.2009 Star Tribune: Nation
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En route to greener life? You'll need a map 18.3.2009 Boston Globe: Page One
In a warming world, just strolling down a grocery store aisle brings people face to face with dozens of carbon conundrums. Is filling your basket with only locally produced food the best way to shrink your dinner's carbon footprint? (Not always.) Is microwaving dinner better for the climate than baking? (Usually.)
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House to vote on tripling number of AmeriCorps slots, expanding opportunities for teens 18.3.2009 Star Tribune: Politics
House to vote on tripling size of AmeriCorps (AP) 18.3.2009 Yahoo: Politics
AP - Both teens and baby boomers may soon be getting more opportunities to serve their communities. ...
House to vote on tripling size of AmeriCorps 18.3.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Both teens and baby boomers may soon be getting more opportunities to serve their communities.
Chugai, Roche Face Arthritis Drug Setback 18.3.2009 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Roche Holding's Japanese unit said a study shows its rheumatoid arthritis treatment might be a causal factor in the deaths of 15 Japanese ...
En route to greener life? You'll need a map 18.3.2009 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
In a warming world, just strolling down a grocery store aisle brings people face to face with dozens of carbon conundrums. Is filling your basket with only locally produced food the best way to shrink your dinner's carbon footprint? (Not always.) Is microwaving dinner better for the climate than baking? (Usually.)
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Opinion: East Side parents, community must rally to save high school athletics 18.3.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Opinion
In December, the East Side Union High School District proposed eliminating athletics to help close a massive budget deficit caused by a faltering economy and deep education cuts from Sacramento.
Arts Groups Lose Out in Funds Fight 18.3.2009 Wall St. Journal: Economy
Museums, theaters and operas are having a tough time attracting support amid perceptions that vital services like soup kitchens and homeless shelters should receive funds first.
After arrests of indigenous immigrants, questions about translation and deportations emerge 18.3.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
When immigration agents arrested 16 farmworkers in a mass arrest of illegal immigrants early this year, legal advocates raced to find interpreters for the men, who spoke only a language called Mixtec.
Highlights of spending, tax changes in Perdue's 2009-10 NC budget proposal 18.3.2009 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
Highlights of Gov. Beverly Perdue's $20.98 billion budget released Tuesday for the 2009-10 fiscal year. For tax changes, figures are for the amount of revenue generated or lost. For spending changes, figures are for amount spent or saved:
Christopher Gavigan: Dear Mr President: Bold Leadership Now Could Change the Course of Autism 18.3.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
Dear Mr. President,Please accept my sincere congratulations.Your administration's Autism Agenda is robust and promising. I applaud your commitment to increase federal research funding
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President Wants Young Americans to Give 18.3.2009 WireTap Magazine
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Be Wary of "Start Up" Charter Schools 18.3.2009 Truthout.com
Prior to the extreme financial crisis facing our education system in California, charter schools were a somewhat unknown commodity. It seems that the public's interest in charter schools has increased dramatically, particularly in California where the education budget crisis forces us to look at other options. It seems now that even President Obama is calling for states to lift limits on charter schools. Last week, Obama spoke about his support of charter school reform. "I call on states to reform their charter rules, and lift caps on the number of allowable charter schools, wherever such caps are in place," the president said. In time, we're bound to hear more of the president's precise plan to reform education by implementing merit pay and ...
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Obama administration backs House bill to expand AmeriCorps, national service opportunities 18.3.2009 Seattle Times: Politics
The White House on Tuesday endorsed a bill to triple the size of the AmeriCorps program and expand service opportunities for students and seniors.
Senate endorses proposal for building smaller elementary, middle schools 18.3.2009 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
A proposal to require the construction of smaller school buildings for some elementary and middle schools serving high-poverty student populations is heading to the House, but there's not much time left in the legislative session.
Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld: Defeating Narco-Terrorism 18.3.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
The nexus between transnational criminal organizations and terrorist groups does not end with illegal drugs. Yet, U.S. and international law-enforcement agencies overlook the connections between them.
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