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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Madison, Wisconsin Wisconsin for re trip is ii my in ii monday june 8, 2015 cars pull even in Aba finals Lebron James triple double helps Cleveland Bounce Back and beat Golden state 95-93 in game 2 of their series sports. Cd discover digital Beer at noon Milwaukee loses 2-0 to miss a Chance for a three game sweep at Al Central leading Minnesota live Chat join the Beer Baron Chris Drosner at noon today to discuss the latest news in the Craft Beer scene Brewers fall in series finale sports. Cd Gadison schoo s i food program could expand next Yearg-7 Summit i russian sanctions leaders signal United front David Mchugh and David rising associated press Elmau Germany a German Chancellor Angela Merkel said sunday she expects a meeting of the group of seven industrialized democracies to produce a a United signal that sanctions against Russia can be softened Only if a february peace Accord for Ukraine is fully implemented. Even before the Issue was brought to the table most of the leaders had already expressed their support for the idea. This years meeting of the leading industrialized democracies was the second in a Row without Russia which was ejected from what was the g-8 last year Over its actions in Ukraine. Even with president Vladimir Putin absent Russia was prominent in the leaders minds As they gathered in the bavarian Alps. Merkel and president Barack Obama agreed during a pre Summit bilateral meeting that the duration of sanctions imposed upon Moscow should be a clearly linked to russians full implementation of the Minsk peace Accord agreed in february the White House said in a statement. Merkel and French president Francois hol Lande another Summit participant were Central please see g-7, Page a7 abortions declining in nearly All states David Crary associated press abortions have declined in states where new Laws make it harder to have them a but they be also waned in states where abortion rights Are protected an associated press Survey finds. Nearly everywhere in red states and Blue abortions Are Down since 2010. Explanations vary. Abortion rights advocates attribute it to expanded Access to effective contraceptives and a drop in unintended pregnancies. Some foes of abortion say there has been a shift in societal attitudes with More women choosing to carry their pregnancies to term. Several of the states that have been most aggressive in passing anti abortion Laws a including Indiana Missouri Ohio and Oklahoma a have seen their numbers drop by More than 15 percent since 2010. But More Liberal states such As new York Washington and Oregon also had declines of that magnitude even As they maintained unrestricted Access to abortion. In Wisconsin abortion rates dropped 17.4 percent from 7,825 in 2010 to 6,462 in 2013. Nationwide the a Survey showed a decrease in abortions of about 12 percent please see abortions Page a6hunt for pictures of All state Vietnam casualties succeeds George Hesselberg , 608-252-6140 they were unbound but not it turns out a findable. A year ago an Effort to find photographs of 1,244 Wisconsin Vietnam War dead had stalled with 230 names remaining on the list including seven from the Madison area. A Call for help went out just before memorial Day 2014 via the Wisconsin newspaper association and Wisconsin Public broadcasting. They spread word of the search for photographs of state casualties to fill in the Blanks on a a virtual Wall of faces a a project of the Vietnam veterans memorial fund the nonprofit that built the War s National memorial in Washington . The goal is to include photos in an adjacent education Center of All 58,286 soldiers killed in the Vietnam War. Please see Vietnam Page a7 woman to Cross Pacific by Rowboat former us athlete sets out on 6,000-mile Solo journey in bid for history Elaine Kurtenbach and Kristin j. Bender associated press Choshi Japan a the Best part of being on the Ocean for weeks at a time says Sonya Baumstein is the stars. The worst ? being wet All the time. Baumstein a former univer sity of Wisconsin athlete from Orlando Florida waited for weeks to set out in her custom designed Rowboat from Choshi a port East of Tokyo headed for san Francisco. With a few last minute adjustments to her supplies and a Brief Call to her parents she rowed out of the Marina on sunday a tiny Sliver on the glittering horizon hoping to finish the 6,000-mile journey by late september and become the first woman to Row Solo across the Pacific. Only three other rowboats have made the journey and no woman has done it alone. Having already rowed the Atlantic to the Caribbean the 29-year-old has a pretty Clear idea of what All those weeks at sea will be like. With relatively Clear skies she May get the peaceful starry night she was hoping for. A a it a very Cool to see wildlife please see Rowboat Page As Shizuo Kambayashi associated pres Sonya Baumstein who rowed briefly for us Madison leaves a japanese port sunday in Hopes to become the first woman to Row Solo across the Pacific. Weather. A14 scattered showers and storms. High 81, Low 57 comics local nation world 06 obituaries a3 opinion air sports a6 take five a13 television cd Wasj legals b3 b6 b2 photos by Amber Arnold state journal from left third graders Max Fishlove and Benji Wenkman and second grader ceded Pabellon with her fourth Grade sister Nina choose pineapple or fresh vegetables in the lunch line last thursday at Van Hise elementary school on the West Side. Van Hise elementary tries fresh take on lunch menu Cassidy Mcdonald , 608-252-6139 Van Hise elementary schools new lunch program raises standards but Lowers tables. Since june i Van Hise has been piloting a new lunch menu with about 420 students in kindergarten through fifth Grade eating off an expanded menu that is typically available Only to Middle school students the Madison school District said. The program could become the Norm at other elementary schools next fall said Steve Youngbauer the districts food and nutrition services director. The trial run at Van Hise will identify any kinks in the plan Youngbauer said. He has already Learned that in order to make food attractive to Young custom students Are asked to choose among fresh vegetables for lunch at Van Hise elementary. Please see lunch Page a9 ifs part of a Pilot program launched june i that eliminates prepackaged meals

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