MTLA News Roundup
July 27, 2004

Homicide cases, victims still alive in survivors' memories
 
DA Clark will seek death penalty in Florence murder
 
Donna Barnes new Court of Appeals judge
 
Administration wants to cut Medicare cancer payments
Marshall Ramsey on Armstrong/Cancer Patients
 
Happy 14th Anniversary of ADA, http://www.aapd.com/News/adaflyer.html

Should doctors vote against Edwards?
 
 
Instalawyer blog gives consumer advocate line
 
RFK, Jr. tells Miss. Delegation poor are vulnerable to pollution
 
Convention news online
MSNBC
Freedom party to be honored
Eaves & Eaves in attendance
Pigott hopeful delegation will fire change in state
Kerry tries to stifle Bush bashing
Djournal covers local delegates
ED of Access Living to address convention
Dick Morris:  Clinton speech a masterpiece
Latest ABC poll shows Kerry slipping
 
John Stossel story in text
 
Trial Lawyers to Insurance Journal: Drop Dead
 
The sacking of Troy -- FDA move would pre-empt tort suits
 
14-day archive of Starkville teen murder case coverage
CL wanted cameras in court
 
Barbour prison remark needs clarification
 
Secretary of State hosts Scam Jam July 30th
 
Miss. officials question voting numbers
 
Some terminally ill convicts may be released
 
Corporate scandals demand ethics training