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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – June 7, 2004

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Thousands journey to the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley before Reagan’s body is transported to Washington D.C. for a state funeral on Friday… critics of the nation’s 40th President say the national adulation on his death should not interfere with an honest
appraisal of Reagan’s domestic and foreign policies…

A newly revealed Pentagon report prepared last year concluded that President Bush was not bound by laws prohibiting torture of foreign prisoners detained at Guantanamo Bay

The United Nations Security Council edges closer to a new resolution outlining the powers of the nominally sovereign Iraqi govern due to take power June 30th…

Dueling reports on the safety and efficiency of biotech crops. activists prepare for a day of protests at the industry’s conference in San Francisco. ,

A new report on the dirty dozen chemical companies who together endanger over sixty million americans. . .

Hundreds of Palo Alto city workers are expected to deliver a strike petition to the city council tonight…

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