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Table of Contents
October 19, 2005, Vol. 12, No. 41
- All Rolled Into 1. Advisory Measure No. 1 asks voters to agree that health care is everyone’s right. Page 2
- Breath Toll. Agencies put their heart into addressing the toll asthma takes on children. Page 3
- Memorial Weigh. Architectural board reviews entries submitted for homeless memorial. Page 4
- Home Base. For those just released from mental health care facilities, a place to come home to. Page 5
- Roe Motion. Roe v. Wade winning attorney, Sarah Weddington, keeps her eyes on the Supreme Court. Page 6.
Table of Contents:
The Father, The Son, The Holy Ghost. A father fights for a retrial for a son sitting on military death row by Rosette Royale, Pages 1, 12
- Picture: John Akbar says his son, Hasan, was given an unfair trial in a military court-martial. Now that his son has been sentenced to death, Akbar says he’s working to have the case retried.
- Photo by Suzanna Finley
Watching the Watchers, Warily. Citizen oversight of police remains hobbled by legal liability. By Adam Hyla, Pages 1, 12
Editorial: Gotta Start Somewhere. Measure 1 adds momentum to national movement for right to health care by Brian King, Page 2
Change Agent: Elouise Cobell by Adam Hyla, Page 3
- Picture: Elouise Cobell, standing for justice.
- Photo courtesy of Karen Kuehn
Dirty Driving. Three agencies work to counter asthma’s impact on children. By Emily Page, UW News Lab, Page 3
Just Heard..., Page 3
- Exceptional shelter by Adam Hyla [RE: Nick Licata, SHARE, Safe Harbors Homeless Management Information System]
- Generous King by Adam Hyla [RE: Ron Sims]
- Looting Bill gets Boot by Rosette Royale [RE: Steve Hammond, Clif Curry]
The Weight of Footprints. Entries received for proposed memorial to victims of homelessness. By Brian Kerin, Page 4
Short Takes, Page 4
- Crackdown corrected by Israel Bayer [RE: Jay Swooba, What’s Up Magazine, City of St. Louis, Judge David L. Dowd]
- Let’s check the rags by Cydney Gillis [RE: John Fox, Seattle Displacement Coalition, Virginia Felton]
- Sing it!
- Picture: Kelsey Schergen, 12, performs with the Total Experience Gospel Choir at an Oct. 8, 2005 fundraiser for the Freedom Project, which provides a caring community for people recently released from Washington prisons.
- Photo by Luke McGuff
Life After Lockup. New townhouses offer independence for mentally ill people. By Laura Cruikshank, UW News Lab, Pages 5, 10
- Picture: Wei Li outside his new home with counselor Milton Vickers and Expanding Community Services supervisor Kim Brown. The Expanding Community Services program provides residential support for people with severe, persistent mental illness who have been released from Western State Hospital.
- Photo by Suzanna Finley
Interview: Choose Good. Lawyer who won Roe says the Supreme Court is closer to undoing it than you think. Interview of Sarah Weddington by Cydney Gillis, Pages 6, 7
- Picture: Winning smile: On the day Sarah Weddington won Roe v. Wade, she was photographed with husband, Ron, Texas congressman George Mahon, and her mother.
Answered Prayers. Film: Capote. Directed by Bennett Miller. Review by Lester Gray, Page 8
- Picture: Music for a Chameleon: Capote (Philip Seymour Hoffman) holds court in Capote.
- Photo by Attila Dory
Paradise Islands. Book Review: Islands in Captivity: The International Tribunal On The Rights Of Indigenous Hawaiians. Edited by Ward Churchill and Sharon Venne. Review by Wes Browning, Page 8
Adventures in Irony. Well Ex-cuuuuse You! By Dr. Wes Browning, Page 9
Street Watch. Compiled by Emma Quinn, Page 9
Letters to the Editor, Page 10
- Easy living by Leigh Ann Merley
- White and sorry by Patty Johnson
- Feeling used yet? By Molly Moon Neitzel
Calendar, Page 11
Director's Corner. By Timothy Harris, Page 11
First things First. Get Involved. Take Action. Page 11
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