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Between the Lines Aug 2

1) White House Obstructs 9/11 Investigation
2) Activists Stop Move by Department of Energy to Reclassify Nuclear Waste
3) Former Rep. Cynthia McKinney Pursues Lawsuit Against Georgia's Open Primary System
(featuring: The Screwing of Cynthia McKinney," by Greg Palast, www.Alternet.org, June 18, 2003)
4) This week's summary of under-reported news
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1) White House Obstructs 9/11 Investigation

Interview by Scott Harris

David Potorti, a founder of the group whose brother Jim died in the attack on the World Trade
Center, discusses what members of his organization want from the commission and why he believes the
White House is dragging its feet in providing information in the investigation.

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"9/11 Inquiry Alleges Witness Intimidation," by
Julian Borger, The Guardian, July 10, 2003

2) Activists Stop Move by Department of Energy to Reclassify Nuclear Waste

Interview by Melinda Tuhus

Jeremy Maxand, executive director of the Snake River Alliance, a nuclear watchdog group based in
Idaho describes the impact of the recent court ruling and the critical health and safety issues at
stake in how nuclear waste is controlled and stored.

3) Former Rep. Cynthia McKinney Pursues Lawsuit Against Georgia's Open Primary System

Interview by Scott Harris

Cynthia McKinney, talks about her challenge to Georgia's primary system, the state of the Democratic party and her future political plans.

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-The Screwing of Cynthia McKinney," by Greg
Palast, www.Alternet.org, June 18, 2003

4) This week's summary of under-reported news

Compiled by Bob Nixon

- Hundreds of human rights violators have moved to the U.S., but government officials have refused to prosecute or deport them.
- The White House is trying to cause conflict between the EU and developing nations over carbon emission standards.
- Federal judge to hear lawsuits from African Americans seeking compensation for the historical damages resulting from slavery and institutional
racism.
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