Jazz Bar with Spliff Skankin

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 12, 2003

  • Senate Republicans debate Democratic filibusters of conservative judicial nominees.
  • Truck Bomb explodes in Iraq, killing 26.
  • Civil Rights groups demand release of Chaplain Captain Yee, Minister to Guantanamo Prisoners.
  • Appointed SF Public Utilities Commissioner Adam Werbach refuses to resign.
  • Familiy of a Vietnamese mother fatally shot by Police files federal suit
  • IBM Factory worker says company is responsible for his cancer.

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