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Apr 27 News Article White House ID Theft Plan Soft on Industry, Critics Say Michelle Chen
Apr 27 News Article Plan to Plant Gene-Modified Rice Alarms Interest Groups Megan Tady
Apr 26 News Report Bottled Water Boycott Highlights Waste, Resource Depletion Shreema Mehta
Apr 25 News Brief Anti-poverty Activists Fight to Eradicate Predatory Lending Shreema Mehta
Apr 25 News Article Post Office to Favor Big Mags, Spike Rates for Small Pubs Megan Tady
Apr 24 News Article Greenwashing Fears Raised by Berkeley-BP Initiative Michelle Chen
Apr 23 News Brief Privacy Concerns Surround Proposed Google, DoubleClick Merger Megan Tady
Apr 20 News Article FDA Complicit in Pushing Prescription Drugs, Ad Critics Say Shreema Mehta
Apr 19 News Article After McDonald’s Victory, Labor Activists Target Burger King Kari Lydersen
Apr 18 News Report Loophole Let Wal-Mart Evade $2.3B in Taxes* Michelle Chen
Apr 17 News Article Salmon Advocates Say Kill Dams, Not Sea Lions* Shreema Mehta
Apr 16 News Report Nanotech Critics Warn Against Industry Self-Regulation Michelle Chen
Apr 16 Feature Article Battle Over Michigan Sulfide Mines Heats Up Kari Lydersen
Apr 13 News Brief Climate Change Gas Emissions Way Up Nationwide Megan Tady
Apr 13 News Article Skid Row Homeless Displaced but Still Homeless Jessica Hoffmann
Apr 12 News Brief EPA Helping to Hide Tons of Toxic Waste, Researchers Show Michelle Chen
Apr 11 News Article Activists Target Big Banks for Financing Climate Change Megan Tady
Apr 11 News Brief Prison Litigation ‘Reform’ Meets New Challenges Michelle Chen
Apr 10 News Brief FedEx Charged with More Anti-Union Actions in Massachusetts Shreema Mehta
Apr 10 News Article New Florida Felon Voting Rules Fall Short, Critics Say Michelle Chen
Apr 6 News Brief Bush Skips Congress, Appoints ‘Extremist’ as Regulatory Head Megan Tady
Apr 6 News Report Opponents Hope to Derail Enrichment Plant in Legal Fight Michelle Chen
Apr 5 News Brief Environmental Racism Still Major Problem, Report Confirms Megan Tady
Apr 5 News Article FDA Looks to Renew Industry-Funded Review Process Shreema Mehta
Apr 2 News Article Campaign for ‘Fair Elections’ Legislation Heats Up Catherine Komp
Apr 2 News Brief Maryland May Join Pact to Bypass Electoral College* Shreema Mehta
Mar 30 News Brief Congress Challenges Labor Board Anti-Union Definitions Megan Tady
Mar 30 News Article Critics Question Economics of Logging in Largest National Forest Michelle Chen
Mar 29 News Article Govt. Looks to Continue Handouts for Factory Farm Pollution Shreema Mehta
Mar 29 News Brief Govt. Pushes Nuke-Waste Proposal through Public Gauntlet Megan Tady
Mar 28 News Article ‘Racism’ Seen in Liberals’ Opposition to Mexican Truckers Michelle Chen
Mar 27 News Article EPA Moves to Deregulate Hazardous Waste Catherine Komp
Mar 23 News Brief Some Grizzlies Emerge from Endangered List; Enviros Upset Megan Tady
Mar 23 News Report EPA’s Watchdog Sheds Some Fangs to Meet Proposed Cuts Jessica Azulay
Mar 22 News Report States Rebel in Droves against Real ID Act Catherine Komp
Mar 22 News Article FDA ‘Cherry Picked’ Evidence to Push Cloned-Animal Foods Michelle Chen
Mar 21 News Brief Energy Bill Offers Weak Emissions Caps, Off-Shore Drilling Megan Tady
Mar 21 News Article Hate-Crime Laws ‘Won’t Protect Homeless Like Doors’ Shreema Mehta
Mar 20 News Brief NYCLU Slams New York City for ‘Over-Policing’ of Schools Megan Tady
Mar 19 News Article Activists Seek Alternative Model to ‘Neo-Liberal’ Trade Pacts Michelle Chen

The NewStandard ceased publishing on April 27, 2007.