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From Larry to Lauren (The Des Moines Register)
Getting advice: Lauren Jansen prepares last month for a trip to Los Angeles, where she was scheduled to speak about transgender issues on a national TV show. Born Larry Jansen, the Sioux City resident decades later became Lauren, and finally felt comfortable in her own skin.

200 Detained After Violence in Cairo (Sarasota Herald-Tribune)
Egyptian soldiers surround the site where two women opened fire at a tour bus and at least one of them was shot dead by area guards, in Cairo, Saturday, April 30, 2005, two hours after a primitive bomb blast near the Egyptian museum in Cairo.

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.

In Paper, In Practice: A response to the China''s ''White Paper'' on Human Rights (Phayul)
The release of the two successive ‘White Papers'' by the State Council Information Office of the People''s Republic of China (PRC) this April vindicates the truth of the maxim, " It entails a thousand lies to conceal a lie".

RP observes Labor Day (Manila Bulletin)
The country celebrates today Labor Day and the 103rd year of the Philippine Labor Movement with the theme "Pambansang Pagkakaisa Tungo sa Disenteng Trabaho" or "National Unity Toward Decent Work."

Stymied by the SYSTEM (Fort Wayne Journal Gazette)
Kevin Thomas puts shoes on daughter Angela, 25, who was born with cerebral palsy. The state Division of Developmental Disability Services has denied the family a Medicaid waiver that would help pay for extra care for Angela.

Veterans Affairs Policy Could Save HIV, Organ Transplant Patients (Gay Wired)
(Washington, D.C.) — Gay rights group Lambda Legal has issued a statement that a new policy in the Department of Veterans Affairs directing VA hospitals nationwide to evaluate on a case-by-case basis veterans who have HIV and need organ transplants may save hundreds of lives over the coming years.

''Intimidation'' flier angers state''s lawmakers (
Legislators are hopping mad about a flier that threatens a mail campaign against lawmakers in the 2007 election if they vote for a $75 million hospital tax Gov. Kathleen Blanco is proposing.

Public Notice (Daily Gate City)
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Mondaq''s Article Service (Mondaq)
On April 20, 2005, President Bush signed into law S.256, the "Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005" which had been approved by the House of Representatives on April 14, 2005 and previously passed by the Senate on March 10, 2005. The most prominent changes set forth in the new legislation are those that affect individual debtors under the Bankruptcy Code, but this law