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300 millionth American no cause for eco-alarm

Editor's note: Tom Still prepared this column before the American population hit the 300 million mark earlier this week.

Madison, Wis. - America's population is scheduled to hit the 300 million mark sometime Tuesday, and much of the environmental movement can't wait to guilt-trip the poor baby before he or she is out of the womb.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 10/20/06


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