* The National Post reports today that a company whose president and part-owner is a personal friend of Jean Chretien and contributed $10,000 to Chretien’s 1997 political campaign was awarded a $6.3 million contract by the Canadian International Development Agency. 

* Scientists in Hawaii cloned three identical male mice using cells from an adult mouse’s tail.  (Washington Post)

* The Conservative News Service reported this morning that the US federal government is no longer keeping “detailed, yearly, state-by-state statistics on marriage and divorce”.

* A lawsuit brought by the parents of Lou Anne Herron, who was killed by an abortionist’s malpractice, against the Arizona Board of Medical Examiners was dismissed Friday; the judge said the board is immune from being sued under state law.


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