Internet sites using MP3 drew fire
from the Recording Industry Association of America for online piracy.
Plans to expand the world's largest salt evaporation plant, a Mexican government/Mitsubishi-owned operation already located in a nearby lagoon, drew fire
from more than 50 environmental groups, 40 California cities, 34 internationally respected scientists and 15 top mutual funds.
Their action immediately drew fire
from a wide range of fellow bishops and church leaders, who said the ordination was an affront to Anglican tradition, in which bishops of specific geographic areas have authority over issues of ordination.
agreed to remove 15 billboards that drew fire
for using Capone to pitch its Old Style beer.
Proposed two years ago by physicist Louis Frank of the University of Iowa in Iowa City, the theory radically challenged accepted ideas and immediately drew fire
from much of the space sciences community (SN: 3/29/86, p.
The trip drew fire
from conservative Cuban-American lawmakers.
Private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Alliance Boots deputy chairman Stefano Pessina effectively won the company on Monday with an pounds llbn bid, but the move drew fire
from unions amid fears over closures and job cuts.
While ``Daniel'' drew fire
from Christian conservatives more because it featured a pill-popping Episcopal priest (Aidan Quinn) who has regular conversations with an on-screen Jesus, Kenny complained that in attacking the show, opponents made an issue of his sexuality.
Many thought he had gone too far but the performance drew fire
from the Prime Minister who faced continuing questions about the presentation of intelligence in the run-up to war with Iraq.
In a recent one, Bill Clinton drew fire
for apparently rewarding his 1996 campaign contributors with overnight stays in the Lincoln bedroom--which was actually an office in Lincoln's day.