Pittsburgh City Paper | Issue Archives | Apr 8, 2004

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Apr 8-14, 2004

Vol. 20, No. 14

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  • Universal Themes

    American HealthCare Party takes pulse of senate race "It's inevitable that we will have universal health care," says Steven B. Larchuk. "The question is, what will it look like and how long will we have to wait?"

    By Marty Levine

  • Rodents that Move Buildings May Lose Homes

    But for most rats and condemned structures, summer looks safe as oversight stalls.

    By Rich Lord

  • CP Fashion

  • Trade Deficit

    South Vo-Tech High School students prepare for it to close, while city schools struggle to improve career development programs

    By Julie Mickens

  • Trigger Unhappy

    Rallies, teach-ins planned to counter NRA convention National Rifle Association Spokesperson Kelly Hobbs had not yet heard of plans by the local Confluence Against Gun Violence to rally outside the NRA's April 15-18 convention Downtown...

    By Marty Levine

  • Bush League

    A Modest Roundup of (Im)pertinent Media about the Current Administration

    By Bill O'Driscoll

  • No Food for Thought

    Hunger strike continues protest for Centre City janitor and union organizer Harriet Bryant's last meal was ribs, potato salad and corn on the cob.

    By Julie Mickens

  • Slurring Up Controversy

    Racist cartoon calls CMU paper funding into question

    By Philip Stephenson

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