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    Springfield (Mo.) News & Leader finds the county medical examiner is reluctant to order autopsies, many of which would have aided murder investigations.
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    Capital Newspapers Group (Albany) finds the city clerk was receiving money for a person he put on the city payroll and whom he paid in cash for occasional jobs.
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    Dayton Journal-Herald finds members of the Reagan Cabinet and their aides went against a presidential order forbidding office redecorating and spent thousands of dollars on upgrading their personal quarters.
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    Atlanta Constitution series on the underpaid and under-protected focuses on working conditions faced by the following occupation groups: turpentine men, ice toters, poultry farm workers and motel maids.
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    Napa (Calif.) Register investigation finds developers are buying property in Lake Beryessa and offering it for sale to foreign investors for four times the price they paid.
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    Chicago Reporter does article on women-owned "front" companies grabbing federal aid to minority businesses.
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    Los Angeles Times describes weekend trips to resorts taken by U.S. senators and congressional aides, which are paid for by lobbyists; the senators and their families pay nothing for the trips and end up receiving campaign funds.
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    Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, N.Y.) looks at people with AIDS, their friends, counselors and doctors; finds the stigma of having AIDS can be as cruel as the disease.
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    New York Times discovers small community hospitals in poor inner cities across the country are facing bankruptcy, due to changes in Medicaid reimbursements and increases in the number of indigent patients.
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    San Jose Mercury News article describes the dangers of contracting AIDS through donated blood; tells what blood banks are doing and what they should be doing to test for AIDS in donors' blood.