Music of the World with Jose Ruiz

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – June 21, 2004

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Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader selects California Green Party activist Peter Camejo as his Vice Presidential running mate. . .

Four U.S. Marines are killed in Ramadi…while hundreds protest in Fallujah following a weekend airstrike by the U.S. on a house authorities claimed was the base of a Jordanian born resistance leader…

The C.I.A. is accused of trying to cover up its own mistakes by classifying half of a Senate committee report on intelligence failures in the lead up to the Iraq war…

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signs new Indian gambling compacts with representatives of five California tribe in a deal estimated to bring at least $1 billion for the current budget year but other tribes oppose the reworked agreement.

State Attorney General Bill Lockyer agrees to conduct a probe into the undercover surveillance of Peace Fresno by the Fresno County Sheriff Department’s anti terrorism unit.

And the U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of health maintenance organizations saying patients cannot sue their HMOs under state law for refusing to cover health procedures recommended by a doctor

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