The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 28, 2005

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The U.S. Supreme Court considers the case of a Mexican national on death row in Texas who was denied access to legal help from the Mexican consulate…

California election activists urge the state assembly to reject governor Schwarzenegger’s nominee for Secretary of State…they say they don’t trust him to preside over free and fair elections…

Some 40 laid off laborers meet with San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsome to discuss their charges of nepotism and corruption at the department of public works…

University of Colorado professor ward Churchill is at U.C. Berkeley to discuss academic freedom in the wake of calls for his firing for controversial writings on the September 11 attacks…

Another massive earthquake strikes off the coast of Indonesia with up to two thousand feared dead…this time, there’s no tsunami…

And nearly five dozen former U.S. diplomats urge the senate to reject John Bolton’s nomination to be U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

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