Transitions On Traditions

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – February 20, 2004

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Same sex marriages in San Francisco to continue as a Superior Court Judge rejects a conservative group’s legal effort to put a stop to them.. the judge consolidates all three of the lawsuits arising from SF’s action and says he’ll hold a hearing on the merits of the case next month – gay marriage opponents are expected to appeal

The Bush Administration demands that Haiti’s President Jean Bertrand Aristide form a new cabinet with a neutral prime minister to end the armed revolt that threatens to topple his government

A fierce debate underway within the Environmental Protection Agency over how it is conducting its Superfund program to clean up the Nation’s worst toxic waste sites ..critics say the EPA is using Enron-style accounting to inflate the number of clean-ups

For the second time in two months, President Bush uses a congressional recess to appoint a right-wing judge blocked by the Senate

Two East Bay lawmakers teaming up to get irradiated ground beef out of the School Lunch Program

The Federal Communications Commission gives low power radio a technical clean bill of health


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