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Volume1- Issue 2- Winter 2002
Green Dove Zine will be published monthly (or bi-monthly on the web by the Green Dove Network. G.D.Z. is dedicated to being a presence for peace, featuring articles, book reviews, poetry, art and current events and resources around Bloomington and the state of Indiana.

Green Dove wants to know what acts of peacemaking are you, your friends,school, social or spiritual groups involved in. Green Dove's staff wants to spotlight your efforts to encourage others to become active players in the world as peacemakers.

We dream of one day being able to offer the Green Dove Peacemakers award to honor individuals or groups, children or adults in efforts toward creating a peaceful world.

The Art of Traditional Peacemaking Tracking the Roots of Peace The Art of Traditional Peacemaking the late Hawaiian spiritual leader Parley Kanaka'ole "The Art of Peace begins with you. Work on yourself and your appointed task in the Art of Peace.
Soujourners Articles About Peacemaking
Navajo Peacemaking emphasizes restitution..
"You can look at war as a massing of arms and matérial and troops, but you can also see it as something else--as a delicate web of interwoven choices made by human beings, made out of a certain consciousness. The decision to order an attack, the choice to obey or disobey an order, to fire or not to fire a weapon. Armies and, indeed, any culture that supports them must convince the people that all the decisions are made already, and they have no choice. But that is never true." The Fifth Sacred Thing" by Starhawk
Visit the Progressive Faculty Coalition at IU Website
Green Dove invites children and adults in the Bloomington Area and around the world to submit artwork and poetry to the Green Dove Peace Art and Poetry Galleries
Teach Tolerance
May we sow seeds of peace, justice and freedom. May we be seeds of peace, may we be seeds of justice, may we be seeds of freedom. G.D.
ALERT: Plant-derived Drugs Contaminate Food Crops
Got questions about herbs. Visit the Grieve for complete text of The Modern Herbal
Click 1 or 2 for info on Nuclear Testing
Nuclear Shorts for a world view of whats happening on the nuclear front
Current Nuclear News

Belgium set to ditch nuclear energy Belgium is the world s most nuclear-reliant country after France The lower house of the Belgian parliament has

USEC plans uranium-enrichment facility 3
The Washington Times --- December 5 2002 USEC plans uranium-enrichment facility By Jeffrey Sparshott THE WASHINGTON TIMES Bethesda-based USEC announced plans yesterday to open a uranium-enrichment test facility in Ohio by 2004 Top Stories The facility would

Ohio Site Chosen for Nuclear Fuel Tests Wednesday 04-Dec-2002 9 39PM Story from AP MALIA RULON Associated Press Writer Copyright 2002 by The Associated Press via ClariNet WASHINGTON AP Ohio will be the site

Yucca Mountain rock won t contain waste Nevada brief states By Matthew L Wald New York Times News Service WASHINGTON Yucca Mountain cannot be used for disposal of the nation s nuclear waste the state of Nevada said in

Ohio beats out Ky for testing plant By Malia Rulon Associated Press WASHINGTON Ohio will be the site of a $150 million facility that will test a new way to produce nuclear fuel the project operator said today USEC Inc also had considered the

Buried Legacy The Cold War is a fading memory and nuclear weapons production in the Alle-Kiski Valley ended decades ago

$12 million project to lower emissions at Oak Creek plant We Energies plan aims to reduce nitrogen oxide By LINDA SPICE Last Updated Dec 6 2002 We Energies announced on Friday a $12 million project designed to reduce nitrogen oxide

Leak shut power plant in Texas documents say DALLAS AP A reactor at a nuclear power plant was shut down in September after a leak was discovered in a tube carrying radioactive water government documents revealed The

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War

Netta Golan Defies Warning

International peace activists from Italy, France, the US and other countries, some of them of Jewish origin - have come here to act as a human shield in case of any IDF attempt to break in.

White House Eases Air Polution Rules
War With Iraq is Not the Answer by Father John Dear

Alternet is an independent news coverage site of world events. Lots of current event news from around the world

Lighting the Way to Solar Power
By Matt Wheeland, AlterNet
December 10, 2002

Green Dove's News in the directory above connects to alternative news sources featuring national and global news and Native American News publications

Jewelweed - Mt Gilead Friends Retreat
- provides a sanctuary, rooted in Quaker tradition, for those who seek spiritual renewal drawing upon the inspiration of nature.
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Just a Cup of Coffee?

The Eco-justice Task Force sells Equal Exchange, the Fair Trade Coffee as a project with the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) to educate people about Fair Trade and to support specific service projects in communities where coffee is grown. Because of this projects success, the group now sells tea as too. If you are in the area, stop by the Equal Exchange table after Sunday services (after Noon) and look for the Equal Exchange table and support human rights, economic justice, ecological justice and enjoy drinking some really good coffee!

Bloomington Alternative
A Bloomington, Indiana alternative media
Boxcar Books and Community Center, Inc.
If you haven't gone in to Boxcar, check them out. They have new and used books, magazines, zines and alternative media publications. They offer free meeting space for community and special interest groups, exhibit art and host readings. Home to Midwest Pages to Prisoners Project.

We are a society blessed with an abundance of resources, which have been maximized to create untold numbers of toys. The abundance of things seems to leave us wanting more. And even having more does not seem to satisfy us. We appear to be a nation in crisis, exhibiting various forms of depression. Escalating violence pimples the nation. Preparations are being made for war in a country already devastated by years of military actions.

Yet, I remain hopeful because of the thoughtful people I have met or heard about, who would have us truly live in the shelter of one another's hearts. Many wonder about what they can do to create new traditions for themselves and their families in this season of potential hope. I think that we need to look to that which we love and to those people and things that have the potential of supporting and sustaining us.

Every season should be a season of joy and thankfulness. With so much pressure on people to shop, often beyond their available means, it is sometimes difficult to think clearly about what is really important because it is easy to get caught up in the mass agitation that is exhibited by others, while searching for those special gifts for loved ones. It is common to see people behaving frantically or out of character, as they search in nervous fear for something different, yet acceptable to loved ones and friends. If you find yourself among the hurried throng, remember to breathe.

Perhaps you and your family or friends, have come up with celebration ideas or created new traditions that you would like to share with Green Dove readers. Send them in and next year we will share them with our readers.

May our hearts grow stronger and any fears of not being enough of anything dissolve away.

Live happily and fully in the shelter of those you love. Reach out your hand and heart and expand your circle.

Look over this issue, perhaps you will find something in our community you want to help with. If you cannot find something here, look out from where you stand, and extend your hand
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Last year the Community Kitchen served 90,545 meals. In 2002, the kitchen served 110,768 meals. Visit Community Food for links to the Community Kitchen and other community food resources that need your support!

GO TO THE Index of Local Socal Service Organizations AND SEE HOW YOU CAN HELP OUT

Petition for A Hold on Green Space Developments - 11/13/02 We citizens, concerned about the future of Bloomington, Indiana, do hereby petition the City of Bloomington to implement a temporary hold, or administrative slowdown on the approval of projects which would involve development of greenspaces as defined in the Environmental Commissions report on 'Greenspace Trends in Bloomington, Indiana 1993-2003"This measure is needed to correct what we consider an environmental crisis in which a critical, irreplaceable community resource is in imminent danger of depletion. We do this for the following reasons. 1. The previous Growth Policies Plan of 1991 was grossly ineffective in its stated goal of a 20% increase in tree cover by 2001. A 1998 study by the city showed a 3.25% decrease in tree cover and the most recent studies show a 25.6% loss of unprotectedgreenspace since 1993 and that the loss is occurring at an accelerating pace. 2. The new Growth Policies Plan while stating the intention that the city purchase greenspace for preservation, has not provided a practical process by which to achieve this goal before the largest most centrally located wooded areas best suited for preservation are developed. The 20 acre Burchfield and 22 acre Summit Woods proposals are cases in point. 3. As the Environmental Commission, in the afore mentioned, "Greenspace Trends" document states, "A long-term, pro-active plan would be superior to the last-chance, piecemeal approach we now have." 4. We need time to properly analyze the infrastructure needs for new developments due to the new implications of "concurrency". 5. Rezoning will be required to implement the intentions of the new GPP and this will take some time. 6. We feel that it only makes sense, and that it is the legal responsibility of the city, to slow down this process in order to give time for meaningful public input into critical decisions affecting the quality of life in this community forever.
For more information contact: HOWL
Hold On To What's Left


Women Seeking Abortion Would Have to Obtain a "Death Warrant" in Georgia!

Subject: "What Opponents of a Woman's Right to Choose Don't Want You to Know

Anti-choice crusaders recently launched an egregiousattack against women's rights.

On Friday, November 15, anti-choice legislators in Georgia's House prefiled an unconstitutional bill (HB1) that would treat women who exercise their right to choose as "executioners."

Women seeking abortion would have to obtain a "death warrant" and go to trial against a court appointed guardian for her fetus. A jury would decide whether she should be forced to continue the pregnancy. Doctors who perform an abortion without a "death warrant" could be imprisoned for up to 5 years. It is hard to adequately express how outrageous this action by Georgia's anti-choice officials is.

This is an egregious violation of women's rights, and you probably won't read about it in the newspaper or hear about it on TV. These state legislative attacks
on choice are typically under the radar, and pro-choice
Americans don't have a chance to speak out against

NARAL needs you to take action today. This is the first of a new wave of assaults on reproductive rights we can expect to see nationwide. Emboldened by this month's elections, anti-choice forces are pursuing an aggressive

Please forward this information to 5 friends so they know just how serious anti-choice lawmakers are about ending legal abortion.

Contact NARAL!


by Gina Citoli
Alchemy VII

I have been a singer and songwriter with the group Alchemy VII for almost 9 years. The group has had rave reviews, international and national play and several #1 songs on Their song "Aradia" was a final contender for the TV show "Witch Blade" and "The Natural Order of Things an blues pick. The highlight of the group's career was a journey to New York City in September of 2002. On arrival, our first stop was to Ground Zero. It was overwhelming and unbelievable to realize that there are people with enough anger and hate to have caused so much damage and pain. You could feel the bruised and raw feelings of the New Yorkers, and the soul of New York, in their long and steadfast process of healing.

We have performed many songs of peace to standing ovations around the country, but nothing compared to praying peace the next day in Battery Park with the Statue of Liberty directly behind us. It was awesome!! The park was full, it was a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon, and there were people listening from the Ellis Island Ferry. The crowd was supportive to the point of inspiration. We needed to use the up-most care in how we performed, as we felt it was sacred ground. It was very humbling to witness the people of New York being strong and resilient, as they seemed to have grown immeasurably from their collective experience. We fell in love with and grew to further respect New York City and her people.

Since returning I have contemplated how we can make a difference in the world and how to bring a greater awareness of peace with our music. I asked myself how to use my talents and the talents of the members of the band to that end? After much contemplation, Downloads for Peace was conceived.

If you go to http://www.// you will find instructions as to how you can participate. We are starting with our Christmas Song, "Someday When Christmas Never Ends" It will be available for $2.00 a download. Half of the money will go to a peace organization that will be announced on the site. The other half will be divided between the writers, the people that have facilitated the project, and to help fund more musical projects that will promote peace, compassion, global and environmental awareness. More songs will be added and organizations will change, depending on the season and current events. We will take suggestions for future song's subject matter and for organizations in which to raise money for. There is also a page on our website that discusses the content and lyrics of our songs, and opens up to input and dialogue from readers and listeners. If this works well with Alchemy VII's music, we will expand and take submission from other artists. Our intention is to create a win-win situation for all involved, and to create a strong platform, and global voice for peace and healing!

Belgium set to ditch nuclear energy

Belgium is the worlds most nuclear-reliant country after France The lower house of the Belgian parliament has

Ohio Site Chosen for Nuclear Fuel TestsWednesday 04-Dec-2002 9 39PM Story from AP MALIA RULON Associated Press Writer Copyright 2002 by The Associated Press via ClariNet WASHINGTON AP Ohio will be the site

Buried Legacy

The Cold War is a fading memory and nuclear weapons production in the Alle-Kiski Valley ended decades ago

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Act Now To Stop War and End Racism
Peace actions around the globe
Phil Berrigan, A Great Peace Activist has Passed - Phil Berrigan died December 6, 2002 at about 9:30 PM, at
Jonah House,
a community he co-founded in 1973, surrounded by family and friends. . Click here for articles and letters about a great human being!
Choosing Peace: The Nobel Prize Speech
By Jimmy Carter, Carter Center
December 10, 2002


The Unitarian Universalist Church has a history of active involvement in community social justice. The local U.U.'s have a number of social justice commmities active under the umbrella of the Social Justice Coordinating Council . Throughout this issue you will find information about a few of these groups. The information was adapted from the monthly news-
letter of the Social Justice Coordinating Council, Common Ground.

Send information about your groups community or social justice activities


Bloomington is alive with the sound of written and spoken poetry. If you haven't seen proof of it, visit Howards' and other local bookstores to pick up a copy of A Linen Weave of Bloomington Poets. This anthology presents the work of 49 area poets, and is a gift to the Bloomington community from the eforts of Jenny Kander who is also responsible for bringing poetry to the local airwaves by hosting the Linen of Words on WFHB, 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Throughout the year, Jenny Kander organizes a variety of poetic events presenting them in various locations like the John Waldron Arts Center, the Monroe County Library and most recently the Runcible Spoon.


WFIU is co-sponsoring the Middle Way House New Year's Eve Gala at the Unitarian Universalist Church. Dance to the music of Craig Brenner & the Crawdads, feast on a late light supper catered by Divino Mediterranean Ristorante, and other local restaurants, enjoy a champagne toast at midnight, a cash bar, and games, all in a smoke free setting.

Tickets are $30 and are available at Middle Way House and at the Unitarian Universalist Church, located at Fee lane and the 45-46 By Pass. For more information about the New Year's Eve Gala, call 333-7404, ext. 200.

Volunteers are needed December 30, 31 and New Year's Day to help move chairs and tables in advance and/or assisting at the event checking coats and performing other chores. Contact Renee Reed at 333-6359 or

There are many ways to support the Middle Way House. Visit Donations or Volunteer for a list of ways you an help.

Stop new-Terrain I-69
liberates others."
Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner a Success!
The pre-Thanksgiving dinner sponsored by Hoosier Environmental Council on Saturday, November 23, was a major success. Nearly 200 people from all over Indiana gathered at St. Thomas Aquinas Church gymnasium in Indianapolis to give thanks for the land that is threatened by the INDOT proposed I-69, new-terrain highway. Most of the colorful and tasty feast was grown on Indiana land. One table held food that was grown specifically on land that lies directly in the path of the proposed highway.

Governor Frank O'Bannon and his wife, Judy, were invited to the pitch-in. Since they chose not to appear, two plates of food were dished up from the "direct route" food to be presented to them later-a symbolic gesture of goodwill and a reminder that the land feeds the people.

Andy Knott and John Loveland of HEC spoke briefly to the crowd of the need to continue applying pressure to INDOT, the governor, and other elected officials to either build the new highway on the common sense, no new-terrain route of I-70-SR41, or not to build it at all. They were amazed by the turnout and had a renewed sense of hope that the people are indeed serious about this issue.

The Thanksgiving festival atmosphere was enlivened by the music of Bill and Glenda Breeden, and Mitch and Ilene Rice. There were highway songs, garden songs, sing-a-longs, and inspirational tunes. One woman, Katie, sang a buffalo chant in Lakota that reminded the Hoosier citizens of their history, their connection to the land.

Bill Breeden gave thanks in four directions for all that is sacred, for all that we are blessed with, for all that we stand to lose if the I-69 highway is built through new terrain, and reminded us of our grave responsibility to take care of the earth for all the grandchildren. After the crowd had eaten, and cleared the tables, Bill asked that they join hands in a circle and sing "Circle Round for Freedom." The last two lines expressed the spirit of the day: "Circle for the planet, circle for each soul-For the future of our children, keep the circle whole"!

The farmers, shop owners, gardeners, musicians, concerned citizens-from a tiny babe in arms to many folks with white hair-walked the two blocks to the governor's mansion led by the 14 foot puppet, Apple Butter Mama, made by the Friends of Owen County. It was an impressive, diverse group of people, carrying signs that read "No New Terrain Highway! Stop I-69!" that gathered in front of the mansion. John Loveland and CARR representatives, Sandra Tokarsky, and Rosie and Hannah King, presented the two plates of symbolic food to two security men at the O'Bannon's door. The crowd cheered, sang This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land, and committed to stand together to prevent I-69 from slicing through family farms, forests, and wetlands. It was an inspiring day, a re-energizing day, for the opponents of the new terrain super highway.
Glenda Breeden

Gathering for Peace


Join prominent women and women's organizations across the country for this historic peace vigil and rolling fast in front of the White House in Washington DC STARTING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2002 IN LAFAYETTE PARK,
continuing through March 8, International Women's Day, and culminating in a massive women's peace march.


Worm Composting at Templeton School
Through a grant from IDEM to the MCSWMD Templeton School has gotten a
worm composting project going. The worms are housed in a shed on the school property and the lunchroom food waste goes into it (minus meat and dairy products).

"If you want peace, you have to stop talking about war."
Arundhati Roy

November 14, 2002

For Whom The Bell Tolls

Dear Editor,

If all goes as planned, there will be a total of 15 human beings executed in the U.S.A. during the months of November and December. These men will be taken from secure cells and strapped down on gurneys in sterile killing rooms where their veins will be injected with chemicals for the express purpose of bringing their lives to an end. These premeditated murders will be documented on death certificates as "homicide".

Taxpayers will foot the bill, and, therefore, be accomplices to these murders. Wardens, guards, physicians, and other prison staff will be accomplices. We, the citizens of this country, will be accomplices because of our acceptance of capital punishment as a necessary evil; because of our silence in the face of such barbarism.

The men scheduled to be executed have loved ones, parents, siblings, even children. Imagine their pain and grief. We cannot heal the victims of the initial crimes with more violence. Old wounds will be ripped open. The crime will be revisited. Harsh memories will surface.

Thanksgiving. Christmas. 'Tis the season for love and compassion. While we prepare to celebrate the holidays, let's remember the fifteen men who are scheduled to be murdered, their families, the families of their victims, and all those prison officials who are involved in the executions. Human beings should not be deliberately killing other human beings. It's time to abolish the death penalty.


Glenda Breeden
Printed with her permission

For Whom the Bells Toll is a national initiative to have religious organizations toll their bells whenever there is an execution. Glenda Breeden, member of the Bloomington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty is the U.U. organizer for this effort.

Reading at Dusk by local artist Patricia C. Coleman
Reading At Dusk

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E'tokmit e'k, rangimarie, hedd, pace, tutquin, shanti, vrede, paquilisli, MNP, Onai rahu, amani, kev sib haum xeeb, shaantiM, hedd, gutpela taim, lalyi, pesca, damai, raha, fred, eirni, pax, mir, peace, heiwa, amn, nabad, rauha, paz, frid, paco, shAnti, paqe, danh tu, ittimokla, rahu, paix, beke, shalom, mnonestotse, kapayapaan
The words above are from an open book titled Peace Words located in the I.U. Fine Arts Library. It contains but a small number of translations of the word peace. We humans have less than 2000 writing systems within the over 7,000 known languages and dialects spoken in over 189 countries.
Visit Local Food for a directory of locally owned establishments, resources and recipes!
Monroe County United Ministries needs you to help make the holiday season better for those in our community that are less fortunate than we are. Participate in the Holiday Food Baskets project - If you receive a ham or a turkey at work, consider donating to MCUM located adjacent to Tri-North Middle School. After December 13th, help package Santa Bags, Call Meri Reinhold 339-3429 at MCUM to volunteer!

The following quote from Nelson Mandela is from his Inaugural speech in 1994:
"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. You 'playing small' doesn't serve the world. There's nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It's not just in some of us, it's in everyone. And as we let our light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others."

What Color is Community?
Task Force seeks to enhance the experiences of African Americans and other persons of color in the Unitarian Universalist Church and local community. Contact Guy Loftmay,

Government - Watch Task Force
Alerts the U.U. congregation about pending government action at the local, state and national level. For information contact David Wiley,
The Children's Task Force (CTF)of the Unitarian Universalist Church promotes the welfare of children in our community by offering information about their needs and supporting community resources that serve children and their families. For more information contact Martha Nord,
Habitat for HumanityGroup
at the Unitarian Universalist Church supports the vision of Habitat for Humanity which "seeks to eliminate poverty housing from the world and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action." To find out what current projects are being worked on in our community contact: Dorothy Sowell,

Volunteer Bloomington
or call
349-3433 to find out how you can help

Bloomington Volunteer Network

Family New Year's Event: The Monroe County YMCA will be hosting a "Safari" celebration 7-20 p.m. Dec. 30. Volunteers are needed to assist with registration, food court, games and activities. Free admission for all volunteers. Activities range from a live Safari show, to crafts, face painting, aquatic games and much more. There is no minimum age for volunteers. For more information, contact Aimee Heeter, 332-555, Ext. 235,

Reading Tutors
The Indiana Reading Corps
at Big Brothers Big Sisters
is seeking at least 10 motivated
people to help children with
their reading. Qualifications include an interest in reading
and literacy, a love of children, and a sinceredesire to improve
opportunities for today's
youth. Must be dependable
and have own transportation.
Hours for conducting one-on-one sessions with students are Monday and Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:30 pm. Minimum age is 18. Contact Brooke Ransom at
334-2828 or

Holiday Pet Food Drive: November 21-1 - Dec 26
Help with this annual event sponsored by the Monroe County Humane Association to raise food, toys, treats, blankets, and more for the Bloomington /Monroe County
shelter critters. Help is needed with the placement of donation
boxes and the collection of donations. Minimum age is 18. Contact Kathy Obrakta at
ext. 6 or

Center for Sustainable Living
Home to BloomingVision, the Community Bike Project, Earth Garden, Food Project, Guest Lecture Series, Natural Building Group, Simple Living Circle, Simply Living Fair (September) Tea Party, a Journal of Revoluntionary Thought and Wild City Initiative
Sassafras Audubon Society Lecture Series December 2002
On Wednesday, December 18th at 7:00 p.m. in Room 1-C of the Monroe County Public Library, Paul and Marilyn Mahlberg will share their
knowledge and appreciation of the 380 plants included in their book Wildflowers of Door County, Wisconsin's Unique Floral Preserve. This
field guide to the spring, summer and fall wildflowers of this biodiverse county in northeast Wisconsin includes 380 original water color paintings of
different plants accompanied by their descriptions.
Door County provides a wide range of ecological niches and habitats for flowering plants, and is home to a greater number of species than any other
county in the state. 330 of the 380 plants in the book are found in Indiana.
The Mahlbergs direct all profits from the sales of their book to the Door County Land Trust to further its mission of preserving, maintaining, and
protecting the beauty, open space, and ecological integrity of Door County. The book is published by the Indiana University Press, and is available
from the Press as well as from local bookstores.
Everyone is welcome to attend this free event, refreshments will be served. For more information please contact Steve Cotter at 349-3736.

Bush's Lies and Simple Truths
by Robert Jensen

The Other "Good War:" Afghanistan One Year Later
By Rahul Mahajan
Click for Letter by Authur Keene

Knitting for The Needy
Visit Yarns Unlimited, located inside Fountain Square Mall and other area shops offering knitting supplies to get information about the Warm Up America project in our community!

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USEC Plans Uranium-Enrichment Facility
The Washington Times --- December 5 2002 USEC plans uranium-enrichment facility By Jeffrey Sparshott THE WASHINGTON TIMES Bethesda-based USEC announced plans yesterday to open a uranium-enrichment test facility in Ohio by 2004 Top Stories The facility would

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