The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 1, 2004

7:00 am
IBM Found Not Guilty. Brian Edwards-Tiekert in studio.

7:20 am
A Competitive Race in Tom Lantos’s Congressional District
a report from Daveed Mandel. Then, A Competitive Race for County Supervisor in Southern Marin, a report from Laura Prives.

7:30 am
Proposition J on The San Francisco Ballot,
Middle Class Housing
Tod Ewing, of the SF Chamber of Commerce, Yes on J
Sue Hester, land use attorney No on J.

8:00 am
Measure H in Mendocino County would ban planting
Genetically Modified Organisms
Katrina Frey (“fry”) co-owner of Frey Vineyards Yes on H.

8:30 am
A conversation with Nicolas Vaca, author of The Presumed Alliance:
The Unspoken Conflict between Latinos and Blacks and What It Means for
America
.

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