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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 22, 2004

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Abortion rights supporters say women’s reproductive rights were targeted by a sneak attack in the massive spending bill approved by Congress this weekend …there was virtually no time to review the bill before the vote…

The state of Ohio’s Democratic party says it intends to join the lawsuit
filed by the Green and Libertarian presidential candidates to force a
recount of Ohio ballots…

The Iraqi Red Crescent carries relief and medical supplies into Fallujah
for the first time since the U.S. offensive began two weeks ago.. .A new study
says malnutrition among Iraqi children has nearly doubled since the U.S.
invaded Iraq last year…

Locked out hotel workers prepare for tomorrow night’s return to their jobs
after a weekend .agreement to a 60 day cooling off period…

Nursing home workers at the San Frnacisco Jewish Home for the Aged stage a
one day walkout

State controller Steve Westly urges the public employees retirement system to use
its clout to force automakers to comply with emission standards aimed at
combating global warming. . .

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