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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – July 27, 2004

Day two of the Democratic National Convention in Boston ….delegates adopt a
platform that disavows President Bush’s doctrine of launching preemptive
wars but takes no position on whether the U.S. attack on Iraq was justified

Governor Schwarzenneger and legislative leaders strike a deal on a 103
billion dollar state budget, ending a 26 day standoff. …the final spending
plan contains little of the cuts the governor said he wanted in January

Doctors , nurses, union activists and elected officials in San Francisco
rally in support of proposition 72, the November ballot measure to require
California employers to provide healthcare coverage

More than 100 immigrants rights supporters march on federal immigration
headquarters in San Francisco to protest a recent series of raids

Palestinian prime minister Ahmed Qurie retracts his resignation

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