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By John Sakata and Amy Malone

October 15, 2003

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Drivers roling in dough Prices for gasoline have fallen nearly 4 cents per gallon over the last two weeks, according to a survey by Trilby Lundberg. The fall is attributed to refinery shutdowns falling the August East C...

One, two, three strikes you’re out

By Geoff Nielsen

October 15, 2003

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"Health no, we won't go" This is the battle cry of more than 70,000 Southern California grocery clerks who went on strike last Saturday after lengthy negotiations ended between union representatives and grocery store officials. No co...

MTA bus drivers strike to reclaim medical benefits

By John Sakata

October 15, 2003

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Unable to reach an agreement with transit officials, union mechanics, bus drivers and assorted other Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) workers effectively went on strike Monday at 12:01 a.m. Stalled by issues over...

‘Terminator’ wins the recall. What happens now?

By Amy Malone

October 15, 2003

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Editor's note: This series will focus on the recall election and how it's affecting students and our campus. California voters have spoken. "Recall" seemed to be the word of the evening Oct. 7, as early poll results named ...

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