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“Fair Elections' Pilot Program Moves to Senate Floor yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = '\'Fair Elections\' Pilot Program Moves to Senate Floor '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: "Clean Money, Fair Elections" public financing of campaigns is now only two steps from the Governor\'s desk after AB 583, the California Clean Money and Fair Elections Act (Hancock, D-East Bay), was voted out of the Senate Appropriations Committee yesterday on a 9-6 party-line vote.”
“NEW YORK STATE FAIR -- People caught off guard by the weather could buy something warmer at one the shops that sell SU gear at the Fair.”
“* Toy Fair 2010: Day Three: She's Buying A Stairway To Toy Fair*”
“Rowe, had had such a character before him, he would have drawn another sort of penitent than he has done, or given his play, which he calls The Fair”
“And there are some who've expressed concern over what they call the Fair Trade movement attitude to trade unions.”
“The topography of the region also influenced the delineation of what we call Fair Play territory.”
“Sabrina Fair is at Ford's Theatre, 511 10th St. NW, through Oct. 24.”
“Constitution, reads an e-mail invitation for the event at the Waterford Reception Center in Fair Oaks.”
“The seminars were held at hotels in Fair Lakes and Leesburg, in conference rooms stocked with free food and drink and equipped with high-tech video.”
“The London Book Fair is now facing significant disruption ahead of what had been billed as the busiest fair in its 39-year history, with flights in and out of ...”
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