February 1, 2007
Wall Street Journal: Wal-Mart Cuts Taxes by paying Rent to Itself
As the world's biggest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. pays billions of dollars a year in rent for its stores. Luckily for Wal-Mart, in about 25 states it has been paying most of that rent to itself -- and then deducting that amount from its state taxes.

Town Crier
Property Wrongs

Daily News, Wednesday, September 6, 2006

Breaking the Chain
The antitrust case against Wal-Mart
By Barry C. Lynn
at Harper's Magazine

Wal-Mart shelves Moscow super center
of the Tribune

HIS VIEW: CLUE study reveals little room for new retail
by Christopher Lupke
Daily News: 06-16-2006

Council nixes east side rezone
Size of parcel drove decision, councilmen say
By Omie Drawhorn Daily News staff writer
Published: 05-16-2006

The Moscow City Council voted 3-2 tonight to deny the SuperWalMart rezone!
May 15, 2006

Big-Box retailer's debate not finished after all
May, 12 2006 - 8:40 AM

Task force to craft big-box store regs
Voices from both sides of debate represented

By Omie Drawhorn Daily News staff writer
Published: 05-11-2006

City to consider taking land from Wal-Mart
Prime bay property could be seized by eminent domain

- Patrick Hoge, SF Chronicle Staff Writer
Friday, May 5, 2006

Published on Monday, May 1, 2006
by the Boston Globe
On Maine Coast, Some Try to Keep Wal-Mart at Bay
by Brian MacQuarrie

Ken Garcia: Is Wal-Mart the retail version of Barry Bonds?
Apr 22, 2006, Ken Garcia, The Examiner

Survey: Businesses favor controlled growth
Daily News 4.8.2006

Town Crier
Moscow, we have a problem.

first appeared in Daily News 3. 8. 2006

WalMart Can Kiss My Cheeky Pink Ass
By Joan Opyr, 3-06-06

"A Moscow Christmas carol with thanks to Dickens"
Lois Blackburn
first appeared in Daily News 12.21.05

"Future starts by saying 'no' to Wal-Mart"
first appeared in Daily News 12.07.05

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The inaugural issue of Wal-Mart Watch's issue paper, In Depth, focuses on gender discrimination at Wal-Mart and the massive class action lawsuit female employees are waging against the company. More info, or download Spring 2007 issue (pdf).

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