Monday, August 25, 1997

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  • MEAT POISONING

    Burger King, Safeway, Wal Mart, and Boston Market were among the companies last week that were scrambling to rid their stores of tons of poisoned hamburger meat supplied by a Hudson Foods factory in Nebraska.

  • FOOD STAMPS

    One of the major provisions of President Clinton’s repeal of welfare will hit home this week — the cutting off of Food Stamps to hundreds of thousands of people nationwide.

  • DEATH AT THE BORDER

    The Immigration Service’s and Border Patrol’s crackdown on illegal crossings along the US-Mexico divide has had a profound effect up and down the 2,000- mile long border. But a new report suggests that it is also having an impact on the way people die along the border.

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