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    New York Times publishes original research on the causes of Union Carbide's leak of methyl isocyanate from its Bhopal, India, plant; finds the company's management, training, equipment and emergency procedures were to blame and shows that similar deficiencies exist at several U.S. plants.
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    Las Vegas Sun runs articles on gross malpractice of a Nevada osteopath physician who performed cosmetic surgery despite insufficient training.
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    Mother Jones takes a look at Massachusetts Employment and Training Choices (ET) and California's Greater Avenues for Independence (GAIN), which help welfare parents finish high school, get job training and help pay for child care; article finds 43 percent of ET participants end up back on welfare because of low wages and lack of child care.
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    Fairpress (Norwalk, Conn.) runs article on problems within Westport's fire department that range from inadequate training of firefighters to falsification of credentials by the deputy fire chief.
  • Emergency!

    New Jersey Monthly finds that many of the non-profit,volunteer ambulance squads in the state lack the training and the equipment to adequately care for patients. The investigation finds that the state has no control over these squads and cannot require the volunteers to be licensed.
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    KSL-TV (Salt Lake City) looks at inadequacies in the training program and the lack of fitness of firefighters in the Salt Lake County Fire Department.