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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 4, 2004

The Bush Administration rejects calls for an investigation into the ouster of former Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide.. The Administration announces its under no obligation to defend an elected leader if it decides that leader has misgoverned

A blow to the government of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez as its envoy to the United Nation’s resigns in protest.. but the government calls him a hypocrite, saying he supported las year’s coup attempt against Chavez and was allowed to keep his job

President Bush brings his re-election cash machine to the Silicon Valley, picking up seven hundred thousand dollars at a Santa Clara luncheon.. about 3 hundred demonstrators protest everything from the Iraq war, to the coup in Haiti, to Bush’s proposed constitutional amendment agains same-sex marriage

Families who lost relatives in the September 11th attacks and a firefighters union protest Bush’s first ads of his re-election campaign that use images of the devasted World Trade Center to portray him as the right leader for tumultuous times

Charges that San Francisco is footdragging on a voter-approved green-energy plan

A mobilization to save UC Berkeley Extension’s English Language program

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