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17/02/2008 - 23:58

USA today Editoweb, 17 feb. 2008


McCain says no new taxes - Wisconsin weather slows Clinton, Obama - USDA makes nation's largest beef recall - Tornado rips through Alabama town.



McCain says no new taxes
Republican John McCain says there will be no new taxes during his administration if he is elected president.
"No new taxes," the likely GOP presidential nominee said during a taped interview broadcast Sunday.
McCain told ABC's "This Week" that under no circumstances would he increase taxes, and added that he could "see an argument, if our economy continues to deteriorate, for lower interest rates, lower tax rates, and certainly decreasing corporate tax rates," as well as giving people the ability to write off depreciation and eliminating the alternative minimum tax.

Wisconsin weather slows Clinton, Obama
Grounded by bad weather, Hillary Rodham Clinton noshed on eggs at a diner and visited a Hispanic grocery Sunday while her advisers argued that Barack Obama had abandoned a commitment to accept public funding if he wins the Democratic presidential nomination.
Weather also forced Obama to cancel his only planned event in the state, a town hall in Kaukauna. Earlier, he flew secretly to North Carolina to visit former Sen. John Edwards, whose endorsement both Clinton and Obama are seeking. Edwards quit the campaign earlier this month.

USDA makes nation's largest beef recall
The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Sunday ordered the recall of 143 million pounds of frozen beef from a California slaughterhouse, the subject of an animal-abuse investigation, that provided meat to school lunch programs. Officials said it was the largest beef recall in the United States, surpassing a 1999 ban of 35 million pounds of ready-to-eat meats. No illnesses have been linked to the newly recalled meat, and officials said the health threat was likely small.

Tornado rips through Alabama town
The mayor of a town near Montgomery, Ala., says a tornado has destroyed numerous homes and may have trapped victims in the wreckage. Prattville Mayor Jim Byard says a search has begun for victims after severe storms swept across the South. Homes were reported destroyed by Sunday's storms elsewhere in Alabama and in the Florida Panhandle.

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