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News Briefing: A.C.L.U. and State Branch Spar

By Kate Golden on April 2, 2008No Comment
  • Ted Turner launches a $200 million partnership with the Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and the United Methodist Church to fight malaria in Africa.  [Associated Press]
  • Robert Redford advocates for more arts funding from Congress.  [Associated Press]
  • The South Carolina chapter of the A.C.L.U. is embroiled in a fight over access to tapes of a board committee meeting.  [New York Times]
  • Al Gore launches a $300 million advocacy campaign aimed at mobilizing Americans to push for aggressive reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.  [Washington Post]
  • Antioch College rejects alumni group’s fundraising offer and moves ahead with plans to shut its doors this summer.  [Associated Press]
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