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Democracy Now! (9 am), for September 18, 2012 - 9:00am

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Michigan a Key Battleground for Labor Rights with Votes on Emergency Managers, Collective Bargaining; Obama Admin Appeals NDAA Ruling in Bid to Preserve Indefinite Detention at Home and Abroad; Detropia: New Doc Takes Intimate Look at Detroit’s Struggle With Manufacturing Collapse, Urban Decay.


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September 18, 2012

    Over 150 Arrests as Occupy Wall Street Marks 1st Anniversary
    Judge Rejects Mayor’s Effort to End Chicago Strike
    Obama Admin Appeals Overruling of Indefinite Detention Under NDAA
    White House: Reprieve Doesn’t Confer Healthcare Rights for Undocumented Immigrants
    Romney: 47% of U.S. Backing Obama "Dependent" on Government
    Romney: "It Would Be Helpful to be Latino" in 2012 Election
    Obama Admin Files WTO Challenge to Chinese Auto Subsidies
    12 Killed in Afghan Suicide Bombing as Film Protests Spread
    NATO Reduces Joint Operations with Afghan Forces
    United Nations: August Deadliest Month of Syrian Conflict
    Shell Delays Alaskan Oil Drilling
    Pennsylvania Pardons Board Rejects Clemency for Sex Abuse Victim

 

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