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Vol. 2, No. 21, February 21, 2000

Social Security Launches Electronic Newsletter
Beginning March 1, the Social Security Administration will send Social Security news as it happens to individuals and organizations across America who request it. You can sign-up for Social Security e-News online by providing only your e-mail address. It's free.
Reading Tea Leaves
and Other Words of Wisdom

Item: If you're between the ages of 18 and 44, chances are you didn't get enough vitamin K today. Item: Tea is one of a few food products known to contain significant levels of potent antioxidants known as catechins. Item: Lycopene, which gives tomatoes their bright red color, may help reduce the risk of some cancers. If information like this makes your day, then visit the Agricultural Research Service's collection of informative research briefs.

Bid for a Rolls Royce Online
Why is a Rolls Royce auction being promoted on a government website? Guess some connoisseurs of elegant antique automobiles couldn't pay their taxes. At any rate, the Department of the Treasury is auctioning off five mighty fine looking models in March. You can even bid by phone. If you can deposit $20,000 to get in on the action, you may get a bargain!

Census 2000: Let's Not Come Up Short
In the Census of 1990, an estimated 8.4 million people were not counted -- many of whom were children, minorities, and low-income individuals. President Clinton announced plans to keep us from coming up short in Census 2000.

In This Issue

Social Security e-News

Tea Leaves

Rolls Royce Auction

Census 2000

Back Issues

Vol. 2, No. 20, February 14, 2000

Vol. 2, No. 19, February 7, 2000

Vol. 2, No. 18, January 31, 2000

Vol. 2, No. 17, January 24, 2000

Vol. 2, No. 16, January 17, 2000

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