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Front Page: Judges to Release Thousands of CA Prisoners

  • A panel of federal judges has backed a one-third reduction in California's state prison population. As many as 57,000 people may be released because overcrowding violates their right to adequate healthcare, which has resulted in the unnecessary death of one inmate per week. — Los Angeles Times
  • Today Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will unveil the Obama administration's new plan to bail out banks. Geithner is said to have prevailed, over others on the Obama team, in resisting severe limits on executive pay and dictating how banks can spend rescue money. — New York Times
  • Peanut butter manufactures not affected by the recent salmonella outbreak are doing their best to tell public that their products are safe. — CNN
  • General Motors has announced plans to cut 10,000 salaried workers and reduce pay for those who remain by 10 percent, as part of the restructuring plan it must submit to the federal government in hopes of keeping billions in loans. — International Herald Tribune


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