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Lauri Apple

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Will Council Take a Stand on PATRIOT Act?

Mayor Pro Tem Jackie Goodman's pro-civil-liberties resolution stalls on the dais

News Feature, Aug. 15, 2003

With Minimal Drama, Saltillo Project Lurches Forward

Capital Metro hires a planner and appoints community advisors for the rail-yard redevelopment

News Feature, Aug. 8, 2003

Council Gets Un-PATRIOT-ic

The City Council considers making Austin the first Texas city to condemn the USA PATRIOT Act.

News Feature, Aug. 8, 2003

Planned Parenthood Wins Round 1

A federal judge halts (temporarily) the state's plans to deny funding to Planned Parenthood for nonabortion services

News Feature, Aug. 8, 2003

Public Funds Part of PromiseLand's Plan for Praise

The conservative Christian church seeks a federal loan for an amphitheatre at its 51st St. campus

News Feature, Aug. 1, 2003

Naked City

The city parking police catch up with the progressive hangout on Toomey Road.

News Feature, Aug. 1, 2003

Naked City

Enviros and neighbors say the state's latest landfill rulings don't go far enough.

News Feature, Aug. 1, 2003

Fighting a Rising Tide

The 78th Lege chipped away at abortion rights

News Feature, Jul. 25, 2003

Naked City

An Atlanta man gets the FBI once-over for reading an alt-weekly article in a coffee shop

News Feature, Jul. 25, 2003

Naked City

Two cities. Two mayors. Two big ugly stores. One aquifer.

News Feature, Jul. 25, 2003

Naked City

One citizen's report on a curious push-poll from the world's largest retailer

News Feature, Jul. 25, 2003

La Raza: Waking the Sleeping Giant?

The National Council of La Raza looks to raise the U.S. Latino profile.

News Feature, Jul. 18, 2003

Naked City

Rogers and Clark Two-Step at Sierra Club

News Feature, Jul. 18, 2003

Naked City

Too Many Cooks at Saltillo?

News Feature, Jul. 18, 2003

Naked City

Garbage in, Garbage out -- in Court

News Feature, Jul. 18, 2003

Battle of the Big Box

Enviros and Southwest neighbors find a common cause: fighting Wal-Mart and its plans for a Supercenter on the aquifer

News Feature, Jul. 11, 2003

Naked City

A local coalition urges the city to take a stand against the PATRIOT Act.

News Feature, Jul. 11, 2003

The Roots of the Left

From Scholz Garten to 'The Daryl Herald,' four slices of progressive Austin life

News Feature, Jul. 4, 2003

Dumb and Dapper

The former AG lands in solitary in Lockhart after trying to buy two fancy cars while claiming to be indigent.

News Feature, Jul. 4, 2003

Naked City

Planned Parenthood Sues

News Feature, Jul. 4, 2003

Here Comes the Neighborhood

Capital Metro, City Hall, and Eastside neighbors come together to share their hopes -- and fears -- for the Saltillo corridor.

News Feature, Jun. 27, 2003

Twenty Years of Battle in the Barrio

The two main Eastside neighborhood camps -- and other figures on the margins -- each try to take the reins of redevelopment.

News Feature, Jun. 27, 2003

Naked City

Washington Square Reprieve

News Feature, Jun. 27, 2003

Naked City

Don't *%@$! With Amy Rudy!

News Feature, Jun. 27, 2003

King Fisher Creek: It's Back!

News Feature, Jun. 20, 2003

On Sidewalks, Cap Metro Speeds Past City Hall

Capital Metro improves its reputation with its Community Connections workshops.

News Feature, Jun. 13, 2003

Making Recycling Illegal?

News Feature, Jun. 13, 2003

Naked City

Whole Foods Avoids the Mud

News Feature, Jun. 13, 2003

Naked City

Cyclists Chastise CAMPO

News Feature, Jun. 13, 2003

Will Fernandez Bust Throw Eastside Détente Into Turmoil?

El Concilio leader's drug-and-assault arrest comes just as Mexican-American political cooperation is on the rise.

News Feature, Jun. 6, 2003

KOOP Trial Short-Circuits

News Feature, Jun. 6, 2003

Judge Triana vs. Superduplex

News Feature, Jun. 6, 2003

Naked City

Cap Metro Plans for Peds

News Feature, Jun. 6, 2003

Does MACC put Town Lake Residents at Risk?

The proposed Mexican-American Cultural Center may block fire access to the adjacent Villas on Town Lake.

News Feature, May. 30, 2003

The Domain of Wal-Mart

News Feature, May. 30, 2003

City Hall's Bumpy Road

Can Austin planners and the City Council ever bring an end to the local transportation wars?

News Feature, May. 23, 2003

Bikes on a Road to Nowhere?

News Feature, May. 23, 2003

Who Does What

News Feature, May. 23, 2003

Wal-Mart or No, Council Defers to Endeavor's Domain

Only Daryl Slusher votes against the city's $37 million tax rebate for a North Austin "urban village."

News Feature, May. 23, 2003

Naked City

Bikes vs. Cars at CAMPO

News Feature, May. 23, 2003

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