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U.S. House OKs Funding of Tobacco Lawsuit

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a measure allowing various government agencies to help pay for the government's lawsuit against cigarette makers.

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Tobacco Growers in for a Tumultuous Year

Factoring bad weather, a pending lawsuit and political friction between growers and tobacco companies, it appears that tobacco farmers could be in for a chaotic year.

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Clinton Orders ONDCP to Stop Using Computer Cookies

After the Office of National Drug Control Policy acknowledged using computer “cookies” to track and identify visitors to its anti-drug web site, President Clinton ordered the practice stopped.

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Teens Say Raves Offer Sense of Community

Raves, known primarily for their association with loud music and designer drug use, also serve as a gathering place where teens can enjoy a sense of community apart from the adult world.

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