Inside the Daily Planet, 12/1/07

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The Rape of Nanking by Eric Black, Minnesota Monitor Did the Minnesota Historical Society decline to host the local premiere of an important new film about the Rape of Nanking because MHS was concerned about offending Japanese-Americans? Plans in place to enliven West Broadway by Vickie Evans-Nash, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder More community involvement key to revitalization of corridor U looks to add on to alert technologies by Ahnalese Rushmann, Minnesota Daily The university already uses e-mails, text messages and radio-type systems for notifications in buildings. NEW IN VOICES Budget forecast shows Minnesota’s economy on a slippery slope by Lee Egerstrom, Minnesota 2020 The November budget forecast released today (Friday) shows Minnesota’s economy is weak, is growing weaker and is threatened by external economic forces that could throw the state into a painful recession. NEW IN BLOGS WaPo fuels Obama/Muslim rumors by Paul Schmelzer, Eyeteeth

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