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GM TO SHED UP TO 1,200 U.S. DEALERSHIPS: OVER 130,000
MAY LOSE JOBS


April 29, 2009

(DETROIT, MI) -- In yet another sign the struggling U.S. auto industry is a long ways from ending its financial and sales challenges General Motors officials told dealers in a video conference yesterday that GM will thin out some 1,000 to 1,200 under- performing dealerships from the GM family of authorized retailers by 2010 as part of its reorganization effort to avoid bankruptcy.

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SUICIDE BY COP? MAN KILLED
BY POLICE GUNFIRE


April 28, 2009

(PARKLAND, WA) -- The Pierce County Sheriff's Office says a 57-yearn old man was shot by officers last night and later died in an incident law officers suspect was a form of suicide called “suicide by cop.”

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SALMONELLA WARNING:
DON’T EAT ALFALFA SPROUTS


April 27, 2009

(WASHINGTON, DC) -- The nation’s Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control issued a warning to Americans Sunday not to eat raw alfalfa sprouts, saying they may be contaminated with salmonella bacteria.

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POSSIBLE PANDEMIC?
SWINE FLU OUTBREAKS HAVE
HEALTH OFFICIALS WORRIED


April 26, 2009

(NEW YORK, NY) -- It was a report no health official at the Centers For Disease Control wanted to hear. A potentially deadly new strain of the swine flu virus had appeared in more places in the United States and Mexico on Saturday.

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40,000 IN STATE
MAY LOSE HEALTH INSURANCE


April 25, 2009

(OLYMPIA, WA) -- In what could be a stunning health setback for thousands of families, more than 40,000 of Washington State’s working poor would likely lose their state-subsidized health insurance under terms of a comprise “lean and mean” state budget that could be approved before the state legislature adjourns on Sunday.

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