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  • While I agree that replacing the current pension system with a 401k plan is ill advised, delaying pension payments until normal retirement age would break a decades-old commitment to our veterans.

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  • Others chanted, "the people want state of emergency," referring to the decades-old emergency laws that Assad lifted in April as part of reforms he promised.

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  • Others chanted, "the people want state of emergency," referring to the decades-old emergency laws that Assad lifted in April as part of reforms he promised.

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  • Environmental groups say Feinstein and the Lunnys want to break a decades-old deal with the park service that allowed the farm only to exist until 2012.

    The Seattle Times

  • Environmental groups say Feinstein and the Lunnys want to break a decades-old deal with the park service that allowed the farm only to exist until 2012.

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  • Others chanted, "the people want the state of emergency," referring to the decades-old emergency laws that Assad lifted in April as part of reforms he promised.

    The Seattle Times

  • The discharge dispute is rooted in a decades-old tension over whether local sewage operations should be controlled by a patchwork of small districts or combined under the Central Marin Sanitation Agency.

    Fight Over Sewage Flares in Marin

  • The launch of the last space shuttle this month leaves our long-time Russian rivals a winner by default in the decades-old space race.

    Shuttle's Last Flight Leaves Russia With Space Monopoly

  • The UH-1Y helicopter, known as a Yankee Huey is a modernized variant of the decades-old UH-1 design by Bell Helicopter.

    1 dead, 5 hurt in chopper crash at Camp Pendleton

  • The releases, along with the government's decision to order the military to clear out of a large area and halt operations for 36 hours so Wednesday's handover could be carried out, were received by some as a sign of a possible rapprochement in Colombia's decades-old civil-conflict — and with deep skepticism by others.

    Colombian Rebels Release Hostage

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