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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 30, 2005

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A far reaching report says humans are damaging the planet at an unprecedented rate and raising risks of abrupt collapses in ecosystems that could spur disease, deforestation or “dead zones” in the seas

Former Republican State Sen. Bruce McPherson is sworn in quickly as California’s new Secretary of State, after a unanimous assembly vote to confirm him

San Francisco tenants rally against a plan to allow more condominium conversions…they say it could spur a greater number of evictions..

A tentative contract for Oakalnd public school teachers would require them to pay increased health care costs ..

The U.S. is holding more than ten-thousand prisoners in Iraq — more than double the number in October.

A leaked Homeland Security document names domestic Islamic and animal rights groups on a list targeted for scrutiny — and likely surveillance — but no violent right wing groups are on the list…

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