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Few Older Americans Better Off Than Last Year, Says AARP Survey (Senior Journal)
April 25, 2005 – AARP today released their second annual quality of life survey that examines the health and welfare of America''s 50+ population and it contained devastating news about the welfare of senior citizens.

State business leaders object to big-box tax (Maine Today)
AUGUSTA -- Roger Pomerleau knows a thing or two about retail. For 30 years, he ate and slept sales as proprietor of a well-known furniture and appliance store in Augusta.

Legislative candidates respond to issues questions (Rapid City Journal)
Voters statewide will elect senators and representatives to the South Dakota Legislature in their respective districts. Each of South Dakota''s 35 legislative districts elects one senator and two at-large House members, except for District 28 in northwestern South Dakota.

Letters to the Editor (Berkeley Daily Planet)
The current conflict between restoration of the fountain in Civic Center Park and the community of swimmers in Berkeley is a manufactured conflict.

May Budget should target tax breaks: ACOSS (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Eleanor Hall hosts The World Today''s lunch hour of current affairs, with background and debate from Australia and the world. Monday to Friday, 12:10pm, ABC Local Radio and Radio National.

Lancaster Scene (RedNova)
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Washington''s Deficit Plan? Nada (BusinessWeek)
Despite rising red ink, Bush and Congress are spending more and taxing less, creating even more debt. It may take a crisis to shake things up

Neighborhood briefs: Canutillo schoolchildren offered sign-up dates (El Paso Times)
The Canutillo Independent School District will have early registration for children ages 4 and 5 for pre-K and kindergarten in time for the 2005-06 school year at the district''s four elementary school campuses.

Blogs Will Change Your Business (BusinessWeek)
Look past the yakkers, hobbyists, and political mobs. Your customers and rivals are figuring blogs out. Our advice: Catch up...or catch you later - Montana and Wyoming news and classifieds (Billings Gazette)
The Rev. Timothy Singleton''s statement that Jesus Seminar "throws out the simple good news of Jesus Christ" brings to mind the following proverb, "Don''t come seeking things of people from whom you don''t expect what you hope to hear."