Arts-Waves on Cover to Cover

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – June 11, 2004

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An official Day of mourning for former president Ronald Reagan — with a
State funeral at the National Cathedral in Washington and burial this evening at his Presidential Library in Simi Valley

In San Francisco about two hundred people hold a funeral procession for the victims of Ronald Reagan including people with aids and the peoples of Guatemala, Nicaragua, and el Salvador

The war in Iraq takes its toll on Britian’s labor party as it finishes third in local elections, the worst showing by a ruling party ever

The Washington Post reports that U.S. intelligence personnel ordered military dog handlers to use un-muzzled dogs to intimidate detainees during interrogations at Abu Graib prison

Secretary of State Kevin Shelley restores electronic voting for Orange County for the November election …his action comes two days after doing the same for Merced County

And environmental groups demanding public hearings on the Public Utilities Commission plan to import liquefied natural gas

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