NEWS IN BRIEF

WASHINGTON: The National Organization for Women (NOW) elected Kim

Gandy president at its convention in Philadelphia last week. Gandy, a

lawyer who has served as the group's EVP for 10 years, immediately told

the press she is looking forward to getting more women's rights

activists elected to office and "sending George Bush to Texas." Gandy

will serve a four-year term, replacing longtime president Patricia

Ireland.



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