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These two items ran until November 18, 2001.

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The vast U.S. nuclear arsenal, which includes 5,400 warheads on intercontinental ballistic missiles, 1,750 nuclear bombs and cruise missiles ready to be launched from B-2 and B-52 bombers, 1,670 "tactical" nuclear weapons and another 10,000 warheads in bunkers around the United States.
CU Dems'
Weekly Poll
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How do you rate the media's coverage of the 9-11 tragedies and their aftermath?
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Great 0 0%
Good 1 7%
O.K. 5 36%
Poor 6 43%
Bad 2 14%


These two items ran until October 1, 2001.

These two items ran until September 8, 2001.

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According to Public Citizen, the pharmaceutical industry spend $110 million a year after-tax on research and development. But it spent a record $262 million in recent elections on lobbying: $177 million on lawmakers, $65 million on issue ads and $20 million on campaign donations -- more than any other industry. It employs 625 lobbyists -- more than one for every member of Congress.

CU Dems'
Weekly Poll
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How do you think the U.S. should respond to the terrorist attacks?
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Attack enemies with max force. 8 40%
Selective attacks w. special forces 9 45%
Diplomacy 3 15%
Let it go. We can't change their minds. 0 0%
Snippet of the Month

Congressional Quarterly listed Jeffords as the Republican most likely to support Clinton, a rating that Clinton noted at a White House function in 1998.

"I used to refer to Senator Jeffords as my favorite Republican ...I was informed that I had endangered his committee chairmanship - and his physical well-being," said Clinton. "So I never do that anymore."
CU Dems'
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How do you rate this website's design?
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Excellent 8 44%
Good 5 28%
Fair 2 11%
Poor 1 6%
Shameful 2 11%

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