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In the Strib: Slow news day--a lege update. From Sunday: there are more commercials than you think embedded in your local TV news (at KARE 11, in this case); and this Sunday page 1A commercial for the war in Iraq.
In the Pi-Press: Rod Grams, lonely guy.
Other dailies: Stateside collection agencies hound soldiers fighting in Iraq (NYT); a classified report by the National Academy of Sciences criticizes the terror-vulnerability of spent nuclear fuel storage in the US (WashPost); red tide--gasp, choke--off the coast of Florida (BGlobe); the tax man cometh for your proceeds from Ebay sales (AP).
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