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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – October 29, 2003

  • With 600 thousand acres of Southern California blackened in the state’s
    worst fire in recent history, Congress moves to approve a measure to allow
    incrased logging in federal forests. Environmental groups say the bill
    would not have prevented the devastating fires.
  • Congressional negoetiators reject a plan to require repayment of half of the aid package for Iraq.
  • Homeless rights advvocates denounce the anti panhandling measure on San
    Francisco’s ballot next week, authored by mayoral frontrunner Gavin Newsom.

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