Letters and Politics

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – February 15, 2004

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San Francisco City Hall is overwhelmed by same sex couples in line for marriage licenses. Yesterday, Valentine’s Day, hundreds were told to come back another time. Some camped out overnight, and lined up around the block again today.

Candlelight vigils against war and occupation in the Bay Area and around the world today, from North America to Europe to Africa and Asia, anti-war activists are commemorating a year of organizing for peace

Iran’s student movement calls for a boycott of legislative elections scheduled this week. Reformist candidates have been barred from the ballot

Newly released drawings from Libya of nuclear warheads are raising questions about Pakistan’s role in nuclear proliferation

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