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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – December 2, 2004

13 Sutter hospitals lock out 8-thousand nurses and other workers after their one day strike….. .they won’t be allowed to go back to work until Monday

Sharp differences at a hearing of the San Francisco board of supervisor’s
budget committee as the public and some supervisors take issue with mayor
Gavin Newsome’s proposals to solve the city’s budget deficit

President Bush taps former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik as
Secretary of Homeland Security – Nebraska governor Mike Johanns as
Agriculture Secretary.. .meanwhile at the United Natons a surprise
resignation by ambassador John Danforth after less than six months on the
job

President Bush forcefully rejects any delay in the Iraq elections scheduled
for January 30th despite the lack of security there

Lori Berenson’s 20 year prison sentence for terrorism in Peru is ratified by
the Inter-American court of human rights

A proposed gay chapter of the naval academy’s alumni unanimously
rejected by the organization’s board of directors

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