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  • sheldon waxman
    Bills back drug testing in middle, high schools MAPINC Jenny Watkin is president of Boca Raton [FL] High School s student council and a member of the varsity
    Message 1 of 24 , Apr 1, 2004
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      Bills back drug testing in middle, high schools
         MAPINC

      "Jenny Watkin is president of Boca Raton [FL] High School's student
      council and a member of the varsity soccer and bowling teams. She has
      a GPA of 3.6 and is headed to Florida State University in the fall.
      She says her active student life leaves no time for illegal drug use,
      yet next year, students such as Watkin, 18, could find themselves
      being tested if bills making their way through the Florida
      Legislature become law. The bills ( HB 113, SB 1838 ) would give
      school boards more power to require drug testing of all middle- and
      high school students participating in any extracurricular activity,
      whether it be the chess club or the varsity football team."
      (03/31/04)

      http://www.mapinc.org/drugnews/v04/n513/a07.html
       Google to offer free e-mail with 1GB in storage
          MSNBC

      "Search giant Google Inc. announced Wednesday that it would launch a
      free ad-supported Web-based e-mail service that would let each user
      store up to 1 gigabyte of data and include a built-in search
      function. The announcement of the new 'Gmail' service was first
      reported by the New York Times and quickly reported by CNET News.com
      and wire outlets as well." (03/31/04)

      http://msnbc.msn.com/id/4641298
       Supreme Court repeals 4th Amendment in border states
          Arizona Republic

      "A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that border agents
      have wide freedom to search vehicles entering the United States even
      if they do not have a specific reason to suspect wrongdoing. Writing
      for the court, Chief Justice William Rehnquist said border
      authorities need broad discretion to search vehicles to combat drug
      trafficking and terrorism. The government's interest in preventing
      the entry of unwanted persons and effects is at its zenith at the
      international border,' Rehnquist said. More than 90 million Mexican
      vehicles enter the United States every year, according to the U.S.
      Embassy in Mexico." (03/31/04)

      http://tinyurl.com/2pn2d
      Sheldon (Shelly) Waxman, Writer/Lawyer
      "The Black Messiah Murders," Sam Cohen #1
      "Piranhas On the Loose," Sam Cohen #2
      "In the Teeth of the Wind,"
      "All Anybody Needs to Know About Independent Contracting"
      PURCHASE AT MY WEBSITE: http://thelawyer.info/ OR Call Iuniverse toll free 1-877-823-9235 


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      Posted by sheldon waxman to Freedom Lawyers of America at 4/1/2004 07:14:23 AM
    • sheldon waxman
      Bills back drug testing in middle, high schools MAPINC Jenny Watkin is president of Boca Raton [FL] High School s student council and a member of the varsity
      Message 2 of 24 , Apr 1, 2004
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        Bills back drug testing in middle, high schools
           MAPINC

        "Jenny Watkin is president of Boca Raton [FL] High School's student
        council and a member of the varsity soccer and bowling teams. She has
        a GPA of 3.6 and is headed to Florida State University in the fall.
        She says her active student life leaves no time for illegal drug use,
        yet next year, students such as Watkin, 18, could find themselves
        being tested if bills making their way through the Florida
        Legislature become law. The bills ( HB 113, SB 1838 ) would give
        school boards more power to require drug testing of all middle- and
        high school students participating in any extracurricular activity,
        whether it be the chess club or the varsity football team."
        (03/31/04)

        http://www.mapinc.org/drugnews/v04/n513/a07.html
         Google to offer free e-mail with 1GB in storage
            MSNBC

        "Search giant Google Inc. announced Wednesday that it would launch a
        free ad-supported Web-based e-mail service that would let each user
        store up to 1 gigabyte of data and include a built-in search
        function. The announcement of the new 'Gmail' service was first
        reported by the New York Times and quickly reported by CNET News.com
        and wire outlets as well." (03/31/04)

        http://msnbc.msn.com/id/4641298
         Supreme Court repeals 4th Amendment in border states
            Arizona Republic

        "A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that border agents
        have wide freedom to search vehicles entering the United States even
        if they do not have a specific reason to suspect wrongdoing. Writing
        for the court, Chief Justice William Rehnquist said border
        authorities need broad discretion to search vehicles to combat drug
        trafficking and terrorism. The government's interest in preventing
        the entry of unwanted persons and effects is at its zenith at the
        international border,' Rehnquist said. More than 90 million Mexican
        vehicles enter the United States every year, according to the U.S.
        Embassy in Mexico." (03/31/04)

        http://tinyurl.com/2pn2d
        Sheldon (Shelly) Waxman, Writer/Lawyer
        "The Black Messiah Murders," Sam Cohen #1
        "Piranhas On the Loose," Sam Cohen #2
        "In the Teeth of the Wind,"
        "All Anybody Needs to Know About Independent Contracting"
        PURCHASE AT MY WEBSITE: http://thelawyer.info/ OR Call Iuniverse toll free 1-877-823-9235 


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        Posted by sheldon waxman to Freedom Lawyers of America at 4/1/2004 07:14:23 AM
      • sheldon waxman
        Zero tolerance school policies finally raising alarms ---------- Houston Chronicle As schools across the nation have attempted to crack down on violence and
        Message 3 of 24 , Apr 19, 2004
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          Zero tolerance school policies finally raising alarms
          ----------
          Houston Chronicle
             "As schools across the nation have attempted to crack down on
             violence and danger ... they also have increased the number of
             offenses for which children can be sent to discipline schools,
             suspended, expelled, ticketed or even arrested. A growing body of
             evidence suggests that these efforts have gone too far." (4/18/04)
          http://www.free-market.net/rd/773082104.html

          U.S. Congress to investigate claims Saddam bribed UN
          ----------
          Independent
             "An American congressional panel will begin hearings this week
             into charges that Saddam Hussein bribed officials around the world
             with billions of dollars from the United Nations' oil-for-food
             programme." (4/19/04)
          http://www.free-market.net/rd/777692794.html

           Illinois town rankles pols with tax-collection refusal
          ----------
          Chicago Sun-Times
             "[T]he Village of Rosemont, the northwest [IL] suburb housing the
             stadium [Allstate Arena], ... refuses to charge event-goers an
             amusement tax that has been in effect countywide since 1997." That
             means county officials have not had their pockets filled as they'd
             like; the legal battle is ongoing. (4/19/04)
          http://www.free-market.net/rd/769271411.html

           Nevada police on record-setting shooting pace
          ----------
          Las Vegas Review Journal
             "Police officers in Southern Nevada have shot and killed five
             people since Jan. 1, putting local police agencies on pace to
             exceed the nine fatal officer-involved shootings last year and the
             record-setting 10 fatalities in 2002. There have been seven
             officer-involved shootings altogether this year, but weapon-
             wielding suspects in two cases survived." (4/19/04)
          http://www.free-market.net/rd/760829113.html

          Sheldon (Shelly) Waxman,
          Writer/Lawyer/Independent Contractor Specialist
          PURCHASE MY BOOKS AT WEBSITE
          http://thelawyer.info/ OR Call Iuniverse toll free 1-877-823-9235 


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          Posted by sheldon waxman to Freedom Lawyers of America at 4/19/2004 05:13:33 PM
        • sheldon waxman
          Zero tolerance school policies finally raising alarms ---------- Houston Chronicle As schools across the nation have attempted to crack down on violence and
          Message 4 of 24 , Apr 26, 2004
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            Zero tolerance school policies finally raising alarms
            ----------
            Houston Chronicle
               "As schools across the nation have attempted to crack down on
               violence and danger ... they also have increased the number of
               offenses for which children can be sent to discipline schools,
               suspended, expelled, ticketed or even arrested. A growing body of
               evidence suggests that these efforts have gone too far." (4/18/04)
            http://www.free-market.net/rd/773082104.html

            U.S. Congress to investigate claims Saddam bribed UN
            ----------
            Independent
               "An American congressional panel will begin hearings this week
               into charges that Saddam Hussein bribed officials around the world
               with billions of dollars from the United Nations' oil-for-food
               programme." (4/19/04)
            http://www.free-market.net/rd/777692794.html

             Illinois town rankles pols with tax-collection refusal
            ----------
            Chicago Sun-Times
               "[T]he Village of Rosemont, the northwest [IL] suburb housing the
               stadium [Allstate Arena], ... refuses to charge event-goers an
               amusement tax that has been in effect countywide since 1997." That
               means county officials have not had their pockets filled as they'd
               like; the legal battle is ongoing. (4/19/04)
            http://www.free-market.net/rd/769271411.html

             Nevada police on record-setting shooting pace
            ----------
            Las Vegas Review Journal
               "Police officers in Southern Nevada have shot and killed five
               people since Jan. 1, putting local police agencies on pace to
               exceed the nine fatal officer-involved shootings last year and the
               record-setting 10 fatalities in 2002. There have been seven
               officer-involved shootings altogether this year, but weapon-
               wielding suspects in two cases survived." (4/19/04)
            http://www.free-market.net/rd/760829113.html

            Sheldon (Shelly) Waxman,
            Writer/Lawyer/Independent Contractor Specialist
            PURCHASE MY BOOKS AT WEBSITE
            http://thelawyer.info/ OR Call Iuniverse toll free 1-877-823-9235 


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            Posted by sheldon waxman to Freedom Lawyers of America at 4/19/2004 05:13:33 PM
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