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Anne Marie Kilday, political reporter and writer -344-tiftia*lt Enron An ‘t the Only One . Big Money and Political Power in Texas by Sam Kinch, Jr., “the dean of Texas political reporters” and founder of Texas Weekly, Texas’ largest political newsletter Eat, drink, and hear Molly! On the evening of April 27, 2002, join the ACLU of Texas in honoring a courageous champion of criminal justice reform State Representative Juan “Only” Hinojosa, Chair of the House Criminal jurisprudence Subcommittee, who fought along side the ACLU last session to require corroborating evidence in drug stings., to ban executing children and the mentally retarded, to reform the indigent defense system, to ban racial profiling and to hold police accountable for misconduct. THE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER IS SYNDICATED COLUMNIST MOLLY IVINS. The ACLU of Texas’s Annual John Henry Faulk Awards Banquet April 27, 2002 $75 per person Cocktail hour 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Dinner and program begin at 7:30 p.m. Red Lion Inn, 1-35 & Hwy. 290, Austin, Texas Reserve your place now with a check made out to the ACLU of Texas, P.O. Box 3629, Austin, Texas 78764 111 National Anti-War Speaking Tour a r and Saturday, April 6th, 7:00 pm Austin, TX UT Campus es i stance Fo l r b m lo o c r k e 7n a f s o t 😮 5f 1225.t 4h 1t. 713\(5u o a r cl q a u l=C a MAii Ag2 e 0du ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE FEATURED SPEAKER Ryan Amundson, lost his brother, Craig, in the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon, founding member of September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows OTHER SPEAKERS Robert Jensen, Journalism Professor & anti-war activist Muna Hamzeh, Texas Civil Rights Project & Palestinian rights author & activist Rahul Mahajan, author of “The New Crusade: America’s War on Terror” Sherry Wolf, editorial board, International Socialist Review Part of the Texas Socialist Conference, registration from 12:00 to 1:00pm in CMA 3.116, with workshops until 5:00pm 18 THE TEXAS OBSERVER 3/29/02