With vaccine available, smallpox debate likely

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March 29, 2002

Journal: Most killed in Afghan quake were young. [Page 2a]

FDA to study other bronchoscope complaints. [Page 6a]

Polish archbishop resigns amid sex allegations. [Page12a]

Police arrest man charged in schemes. [Page 1b]

Md. House, Senate split on school funding plan. [Page 1b]

CareFirst sale may be derailed by D.C. deal. [Page 1c]

Economy's slump mild; recovery could be weak. [Page 1c]

Andersen partners back Volcker's rescue bid. [Page 1c]

Ex-Beth Steel CEO got $2.5 million severance. [Page 1c]

Ravens get Monday home game vs. Broncos. [Page 1d]

Orioles hold off on naming No. 1 catcher. [Page 1d]

An appreciation of Milton Berle. [Page 1e]

Parishioners relearn the power of prayer. [Page 1e]

Weather

Mostly cloudy. High, 62; low, 47. Yesterday's airport high, 54; low, 30. [Page16b

Bridge15b.............Editorials 16a

Classified11b.......Horoscope 7e

Comics 8e.............Lottery 2b

Xword 15b, 9e......Movies 6e

Deaths 10b............Television 7e

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