MTLA News Roundup
September 02, 2003

Mississippi Center for Justice wins first victory
 
Ten Commandments' influence on American law questioned
 
100 death sentences thrown out in California; action based on 2002 U.S. Supreme Court decision requiring jurors to issue death sentence
 
Case against EquiFirst Corp. settled
 
Defendant off anti-psychotic medications for trial
 
SunHerald on open meetings, Musgrove/Barbour and ten commandments
 
Memphis doc reinstitutes house calls
 
Denmark Timerosal study shows no link to autism
 
Face recognition technology fails first test
 
Ms. Ivins details Bush administration's real labor relations
 
Elections:
 
Emily Pettus on racial politics
 
Tuck using Web site to reach teachers
 
DJournal applauds candidate debates
 
Difference between personal/corporate donations from casinos questioned
 
Candidates and Unions observe Labor Day
 
Wann writes about Tuck flip-flop