ACORN News December 20, 2002

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From:      David Swanson <acornnews at acorn.org>


ACORN News
December 20, 2002

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1. Los Angeles Mayor Signs Anti-Predatory Lending Law
2. ACORN Demands That President Release Funds for Heat
3. New Jersey Predatory Lending Bill Advances
4. Baltimore Pressures Library Board to Change
5. Little Rock Opposes Bus Cuts
6. Philadelphia Wins Teacher Coaches
7. San Diego Wins Meeting on Lot Cleanup
8. Minneapolis Housing Trust Fund Advances
9. Sacramento Builds Support for Living Wage
10. NY Tells SUNY to Open Doors
11. NY Wins School Counselors
12. NY Demands Tougher Lead Paint Law
13. Campaign Finance Case Presented in Court
14. Los Angeles Member Named to Transportation Governance Council
15. Chicago Wins Award
16. ACORN Member a Ms. Magazine Woman of Year
TAKE ACTION: Tell Bush to Stop Freezing Families!
ORGANIZER TRAININGS PLANNED

HOLIDAY MESSAGE FROM ACORN NATIONAL PRESIDENT MAUDE HURD:
The past 12 months have seen unprecedented growth and accomplishment for
ACORN, with city and state level victories piling up as never before, new
chapters opening at a record pace, new members discovering the strength of
solidarity and developing into leaders faster than I can learn their names



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