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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – June 16, 2004

The 9-11 Commission says there is no evidence that Al Qaeda had strong ties to Iraqi leader Saddam
Hussein …the commission also says Al Qaeda originally had plans to crash as many as ten planes into targets – including buildings on the west coast.

Democratic lawmakers in the House and Senate introduce legislation to roll back provisions of. The U.S.A. Patriot Act…

A bipartisan group of more than two dozen former career diplomatic and military leaders charges Bush led the U.S. into an ill planned Iraq war that has weakened U.S. Security. . .

Iraqi oil exports come to a halt as resistance fighters attack a major pipeline in the south of the country — and kill the top security chief for the northern oil fields.

Berkeley approves a resolution calling for a constitutional amendment to revoke the rights of personhood enjoyed by U.S. corporations.

And medical marijuana caregiver Bryan Epis asks an appeals court to overturn his mandatory ten year prison sentence…

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