The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – April 25, 2005

An assembly panel approves a measure asking California abide by the international Kyoto Treaty global Warming standards that were spurned by the Bush administration…

Injured workers and their allies call for insurance rate regulation to cap the billions in profits they say are being pocketed by companies that
provide workers compensation insurance…

San Francisco supervisors debate plans to regulate the city’s dozens of medical marijuana clubs…

President Bush meets with Saudi Prince Abdullah on his Crawford ranch — Asking for more oil production to help bring down gasoline prices…

Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez announces he’s ending military operations and exchanges with the U.S.

And Mexico City’s leftist mayor returns to work in defiance of the federal government, who wants to put him on trial…

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