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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – June 29, 2004

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Iraq’s interim prime minister announces that Saddam Hussein and 11 top members of his deposed government will appear before Iraqi judges this week.. Saddam is to be charged with crimes against humanity for a 1988 massacre of Kurds, the Iran-Iraq war and the 1990 invasion of Kuwait

San Francisco Supervisors place an Anti-Iraq war on the November ballot for a public referendum

Another Supreme Court defeat for the Bush Administration as the high court refuses to overturn a 1789 law that allows foreigners to sue in court refuses to overturn a 1789 law that allows foreigners to sue in American courts over international human rights violations

The court also says a law meant to punish pornographers who peddle their wares to web-surfing children is probably an unconsitutional abridgement of freedom of speech

California’s two senators call on President Bush and congressional Republicans to allow a federal ban on some assault weapons to be renewed.

And the first statewide paid family leave program in the country to take effect but only one in five potential beneficiaries know about it

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
OSCAR PETERSOBN
TIN TIN DEO
EXCLUSIVELY FOR MY FRIENDS
VERVE
OSCAR PETERSON
WHO CAN I TURN TOO
EXCLUSIVELY FOR MY FRIENDS
VERVE
OSCAR PETERSON
NICA'S DREAM
EXCLUSIVELY FOR MY FRIENDS
VERVE
OSCAR PETERSON
I SHOULD CARE
EXCLUSIVELY FOR MY FRIENDS
VERVE
CARL ALLEN
DIFERENCE OF OPINION
THE PURSUER
ATLANTIC
DONALD BROWN
CAUSE AND EFFECT
CAUSE AND EFFECT
MUSE
TERENCE BLANCHARD
ON THE VERGE
BOUNCE
BLUENOTE
GREG OSBY
PERPETUITY
ART FORUM
BLUENOTE
SF JAZZ COLLECTIVE
INNER URGE
LIVE;SF JAZZ CENTER-THE MUSIC OF JOE HENDERSON
SF JAZZ
HORACE TAPSCOTT
LONG AGO
TAPSCOTT SESSIONS VOL 11
NIMBUS WEST
DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER
LONELY WOMAN
LOVE AND PEACE
VERVE
MIKE DIRUBBO
SALTER OF THE EARTH
THRESHOLD
KSANTI RECORDS
BILLIE HOLIDAY
FOR HEAVEN SAKE
LADY IN SATIN
COLUMBIA
HORACE TAPSCOTT
MOTHERSHIP
AIEE! THE PHANTOM
ARABESQUE RECORDS

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