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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 30, 2004

Bowing to public pressure, president Bush announces he will allow National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice to testify in public under oath before the commission investigating the September 11th attacks

Embattled former San Francisco Police Chief Alex Fagan resigns as head of the Office of Emergency Services after he and his son are involved in a dust up with Arizona Police

San Francisco Supervisors fail by one vote to override a veto of a hard fought ordinance that would have banned the demolition of buildings with more than 20 apartment units

A State Assembly panel approves a measure to equalize penalties for possession of crack and powdered cocaine

A Census Bureau study shows the U.S. manufacturing sector continues to hemorraghe jobs, while there’s job growth in professional and lower paying service sector jobs

A third day of clashes in Uzbekistan between government forces and suspected Islamic militants

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