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December 7, 1990 | Associated Press
About 120 residents of a flood-ravaged housing subdivision were barred from returning to their homes after cancer-causing PCBs were discovered at unacceptably high levels, officials said Thursday. Test results shared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency led the state to declare the houses off limits to residents who were hoping to return for personal items. The EPA said it found double the acceptable levels of PCBs.
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December 7, 1990 | Associated Press
About 120 residents of a flood-ravaged housing subdivision were barred from returning to their homes after cancer-causing PCBs were discovered at unacceptably high levels, officials said Thursday. Test results shared by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency led the state to declare the houses off limits to residents who were hoping to return for personal items. The EPA said it found double the acceptable levels of PCBs.
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April 26, 1985 | From the Washington Post
House Republicans Thursday vented their bitterness over the outcome of a disputed election in Indiana's 8th Congressional District with a series of parliamentary maneuvers and delaying tactics that knotted the House and finally forced Democratic leaders to adjourn the session. "It is as bad a scene as I've seen up here in my 16 years," House Minority Whip Trent Lott (R-Miss.) said. "It's clear to me that further effort to proceed . . .
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October 29, 1986 | JAMES RISEN, Times Staff Writer
When President Reagan stumps in this old industrial town along the banks of the Ohio River today for Republican congressional candidate Rick McIntyre, he'll be wading knee deep into the rematch of the year, a test of strength between the national Democratic and Republican parties, both trying to settle a two-year-old partisan feud here in Indiana's "bloody Eighth." In fact, the nasty, razor-close struggle for the seat in the U.S.
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October 29, 1986 | JAMES RISEN, Times Staff Writer
When President Reagan stumps in this old industrial town along the banks of the Ohio River today for Republican congressional candidate Rick McIntyre, he'll be wading knee deep into the rematch of the year, a test of strength between the national Democratic and Republican parties, both trying to settle a two-year-old partisan feud here in Indiana's "bloody Eighth." In fact, the nasty, razor-close struggle for the seat in the U.S.
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April 26, 1985 | From the Washington Post
House Republicans Thursday vented their bitterness over the outcome of a disputed election in Indiana's 8th Congressional District with a series of parliamentary maneuvers and delaying tactics that knotted the House and finally forced Democratic leaders to adjourn the session. "It is as bad a scene as I've seen up here in my 16 years," House Minority Whip Trent Lott (R-Miss.) said. "It's clear to me that further effort to proceed . . .
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