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    New Republic runs article on how the leaders of Lyndon LaRouche's National Caucus of Labor Committees won access to officials of the Reagan administration and, with it, respectability.
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    Philadelphia Inquirer publishes in-depth article on the failure, despite many earlier fires, of Philadelphia officials to take action against a woman who burned down a building, killing five people.
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    Daily Record (N.J.) investigation of the army's Picatinny Arsenal reveals broad, possibly dangerous problems from the army base's potential for contaminating drinking water supplies of nearby homeowners; army officials deny any danger.
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    In These Times article finds decay of earth's ozone layer could lead to catastrophe; government officials and scientists agree extreme solutions are necessary.
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    The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) does articles on how city officials padded expense accounts and double-billed a publicly financed trip.
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    The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) series, examines wrongdoing by officials in the Patamus's municipal government.
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    The Record (Hackensack, N.J.) runs series on corruption by two former officials of a Roman Catholic social service agency.
  • Thousands of stolen cars are being used by Mexican law enforcement

    Daily Journal (Los Angeles) reports that thousands of stolen cars are apparently being used by Mexican law enforcement and other officials; organized crime, drug trade may be involved.
  • The mob is knee-deep in Long Island garbage

    Newsday (Long Island, N.Y.) articles show that mob is knee-deep in Long Island garbage; city officials also involved in dirty business.
  • Dallas restaurants illegally dump grease trap waste into that city's sewers

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram shows that Dallas restaurants illegally dump grease trap waste into that city's sewers, knowing that city officials do not enforce the city ordinance prohibiting the practice.