Despite fears that holding a convention in Honolulu will be a money loser, the American Psychological Association (APA) appears to have decided to meet in Hawaii in 2004 as planned anyway. Concerned about losing money and citing post-Sept. 11 concerns, the APA Board of Directors had directed the Bureau of Convention Affairs (BCA) to investigate […]Continue Reading ...
Out-of-state experts shortchanged Andrea Yates; didn’t know Texas law In the City of Rusk in Cherokee County in deep east Texas, the azaleas have dropped their flowers but the bluebonnets line rural highways. From the walls of the Skyview Unit of the Texas Department of Corrections, Andrea Yates cannot see the bluebonnets or the azaleas. […]Continue Reading ...
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