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Nashville, TN: On the day after sixteen activists were arrested on the front steps of the White House, Green Party of Tennessee Candidate for US Senate Chris Lugo called for Tennesseans to condemn the Military Commissions Act (S. 3930) and to take immediate steps to declare the bill unconstitutional by petitioning their elected legislators and voting for candidates who will not vote for torture. Marks a grave day in American history, Lugo declared, will look back at this time and say that today was the day the President suspended the constitution of the United States of America.
Sunglass Hut was founded in 1971 by Sanford L. Ziff, now best known as a local philanthropist, and his wife, Helen. By 1987, the company had more than 100 stores, and that year, Ziff sold most of his interest to an investment group that included the company’s current chairman, James N.
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