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Timber companies threaten to sue over owl's status

SEATTLE (AP) -- A coalition of timber companies is threatening to sue the federal government if it doesn't review the protected status of the northern spotted owl, whose classification under the Endangered Species Act halted logging on millions of acres of public land.

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Obituary

...Mackey came to Alaska in 1941 at the age of 18. Upon his return to Seattle, Mr. Mackey said in an interview with the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, "My life has changed forever by this unforgettable experience and the unsurpassed scenic grandeur...

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Is taking life really justice?: Renewed death penalty debate begs the question, 'Is it worth it?'

...discrimination, or both. Defendants in death penalty cases usually cannot afford to hire an attorney. In 2001, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer found that one-fifth of the 84 people who have been executed in Washington State were represented...

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