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term-limit change considered Along with the thorny
issues of term limits and council pay, the public may face another
explosive matter in a planned May referendum whether to give
new electoral life to Mayor Ed Garza and three veteran council members
... the issue gets a full airing today by the council's Governance
unconcerned with finer details of Iraqi WMDs
Commission tests appetite for 9/11 details White House draws criticism for lackluster support of intelligence-lapse probe.
9/11 Hijackers used mace, knives Taped phone call also revealed the fear and confusion aboard one of the planes after the hijackers stabbed at least two crew members. ".. nine of the 19 hijackers had been flagged by the Federal Aviation Administration's computer passenger screening system before boarding their flights."
'MyDoom' spreading, slowing networks The e-mail-generating computer worm was responsible for as many as one of every nine Internet messages sent around the world Tuesday.
Two-legged dog rounds up sheep with photo
Lamar Smith and other Republicans warn Bush on immigration policy
Maine bill calls for paper trail Touch-screen voting machines will be in every Maine precinct in two years, and people who worry about the potential for fraud are pushing for a law to ban machines that don't keep a voter-verified paper trail.
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