"EPA backs off putting disaster scenarios on the Net"

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San Jose Mercury Breaking News http://www.mercurycenter.com/breaking/

The summary... EPA backs off putting disaster scenarios on the Net WASHINGTON -- In a change of U.S. environmental policy, neither worried neighbors nor potential terrorists will be able to log on to a federal Internet site to see how many people would be killed and how far poisonous fumes might travel in case of disaster at plants that use chemicals.

Try to use the link... Not Found

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Same thing for:

U.S. passports revamped for security WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has launched a new design of passport with anti-forgery features designed to stop smugglers, criminals and illegal immigrants misusing the 15,000 U.S. passports reported stolen every year.

-- Diane J. Squire (sacredspaces@yahoo.com), November 19, 1998



Apparently great minds DO think alike 8-)... I would have put my message about Louisville's Ford truck plant here, but we were posting at the same time!

-- Kevin (mixesmusic@worldnet.att.net), November 19, 1998.

Syncronicity, Kevin.

-- Diane J. Squire (sacredspaces@yahoo.com), November 19, 1998.

Synchronicity, serendipity, divine timing.

-- Kevin (mixesmusic@worldnet.att.net), November 19, 1998.

Yep. Spell checkers are useful too.

-- Diane J. Squire (sacredspaces@yahoo.com), November 19, 1998.

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