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Topic - Susan Lee
If you think it's hard for most brides to feel comfortable in a new family, put yourself in Kate Middleton's shoes: "granny" is Queen Elizabeth II, dad is the famously cranky Prince Charles _ and, hardest of all, she'll always be compared to the late Princess Di.
The Disney movie "G-Force" shows a squad of specially trained, computer-generated guinea-pig spies coming to the world's rescue. Now that the movie is out, though, animal activists say it is real-life guinea pigs that will need rescuing.
Volunteers from guinea-pig rescue groups beefed up opening-weekend public education programs in an effort to prevent impulse buys, says Susan Lee, director and chief executive of the Costa Mesa group.
"We had started this project about a year ago anticipating more than one locality in Virginia would fall under that section," said Susan Lee with the State Board of Elections. "We've identified forms that voters touch — voter registration applications, absentee ballot applications, various other forms. We've translated about half of them already."