The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – May 25, 2004

The California Supreme Court hears oral arguments over San Francisco’s sanctioning of 4,000 gay marriages…

Farm workers journey to Sacramento to ask for protection from dangerous pesticide drift….dozens of California farm workers have been poisoned in two separate incidents this month…

With Police looking on, San Francisco Supervisors vote 8-2 to commend District Attorney Kamala Harris for refusing to seek the death penalty in murder cases

The United States and Britain at odds over whether Iraq’s interim government
will have any degree of control over foreign military troops after June 30th…

Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Moeller to announce
plans to disrupt what officials contend is a summertime plan by Al Qaeda for a devastating U.S. attack…

And communications giant SBC and union workers agree to a tentative contract
after a four day strike…

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