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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 21, 2005

A federal judge considers whether to order a new feeding tube for Terry Shiavo, hours after Congress and president Bush intervened to move her case out of the Florida state courts.

Six people are dead at a high school on a Minnesota Indian reservation in the nation’s worst school shooting since the 1999 incident at Columbine, Colorado.

Gay rights groups unveil a far reaching package of state legislation, including same sex marriage…

San Francisco tenants rights group stage a protest of what they claim are speculators seeking to evict three families which have lived in a south of market street building for decades…

The National Labor Relations Board opens hearings into a former San Francisco organic grocer…its workers say the store was abruptly shut down when they tried to unionize.

And the U.S. Army raises the maximum age for the part time army reserve and national guard to 39 years old — in face of persistent recruitment problems…

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