MTLA News Roundup
July 13, 2004

Candidate pleads not guilty in campaign finance case
Bush tortures facts on trial lawyers
"Few arguments are as powerful as a populist-sounding cause backed by the corporate wallet."
Rice says no plan to postpone elections
Marshall Ramsey on Bernie Ebbers
Other states' medicaid problems should be reviewed
Natchez Trace completion date set for May 18, 2005
Harrison Supervisors deny DuPont landfill request
Barbour touts first six months during NE Miss trip
Dowdy's plans for Democrats explained
U.S. House hearing complaints about Patriot Act
Firm files to buy MCI shares
Tennessee may use GPS on parolees
Bush lifts logging ban
Congress should protect e-mail privacy
Jack Elliott on the Supreme Court's efforts to clear backlog
Clarion Ledger publishes raft of letters to the editor on Medicaid