Whose Problem Is It?

By The News Feb 26, 2009

Native Labor For Free The Rhode Island Indian Council has been training and getting jobs for American Indians since the 1980s. Now it’s offering companies a deal: free Native labor if the companies agree to permanently hire the workers. Providence Journal. It’s a Missouri Problem Local state healthcare experts say the stark racial disparities in the Missouri healthcare system demand more resources. Will Ross, board chair of the Missouri Foundation for Health: “I’m saying these are Missouri problems. They’re not an African-American or Latino problem, they’re not an urban or rural problem, they’re Missouri problems, and we have to put all our resources to address these." KBIA. Adoption Scheme Takes Away Samoan Kids In a recent adoption fraud case, prosecutors alleged Samoan parents were conned into giving up their children to an adoption agency that promised to educate their children in the United States and return them when the kids turned 18. ABC News. ACLU Blasts Local Texas Law Enforcement The ACLU issued a statement condemning a Dallas law enforcement bulletin that warns cops of Islamic lobbying efforts to support terrorist military action and claims Hezbollah is training Mexican drug cartels on bomb-making techniques. Dallas Morning News.