The KPFA Evening News (Weekend)

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 8, 2004

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Ousted President Jean Bertrand Aristide says he still is Haiti’s President – and calls for peaceful resistance to what he says is an occupation of his country

Iraq’s U.S. appointed governing council signed an interim constitution today but the country’s top Shi’ite cleric refused to endorse it

A Senate subcommittee rejects Governor Schwarzenegger’s plan to cap enrollment in a number of public health programs, including life saving drugs for people with AIDS

Voters with disabilities sue the State for failing to provide touchscreen services, allowing them to vote independently

The body of actor and writer Spaulding Gray is found in the East River 2 months after he disappeared. Suicide is suspected.

A proposal to let teenagers as young as 14 vote in California

New Jersey’s Asbury Park performs its first same sex marriage – an Oregon judge refuses to stop gay marriages in Portland and Seattle’s mayor says his city will recognize gay marriages of city employees performed eslewhere

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