The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 5, 2005

7:00 am
Alberto Gonzales’s nomination as Attorney General, and plans to
indefinite detainment of terror suspects
Barbara Olshansky – Deputy Legal Director of the Center for Constitutional
Rights
.

7:30 am
David Bacon on Labor. California Nurses Association for tsunami relief: 510-273-2200, Directions and the debate in the labor movement, Steve Early, regional director for CWA in New England.

8:00 am
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s 30-year plan. The formal
public comment period ends January 7th. Stewart Cohen, chair of the Bay Area Transportation and Land Use Coalition www.transcoalition.org;
Doug Kimsey, planning manager, Metropolitan Transportation Commission
www.mtc.ca.gov;
Lila Houssein, Transportation Justice program associate with Urban Habitat.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 7:32 am


Artist: Armik


Title: Treasures


Album: Treasures

Label: Bolero Records

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