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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 26, 2003

The Pentagon announces that severl thousand more Marines will go to Iraq next year, boosting teh numbers of troops deployed amid increasingly bloody resistance attacks GOP Repuclican congressional leaders and Bush administration officials repare a $370 billion spending bill for approval when lawmakers return to work next month.. Democrats are balking SF Mayoral candidate Matt … Continued


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 25, 2003

The Schwarzenegger Administration details its proposals to resolve the state’s budges crisis.. The Governor’s Finance Director wants $2 billion in midyear budget cuts, including $440 million from health and human services and $159 million from higher education. The Governor also wants the authority to declare a fiscal emergency and make unilateral cuts that the legislature … Continued


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 24, 2003

The Senate is poised to approve a sweeping transformation of Medicare which critics warn is the first step towards dismantling the health care system for seniors and the disabled State lawmakers prepare to repeal legislation granting undocumented immigrants the right to a drivers license.. author Gil Cedillo says he’ll work with the Governor on a … Continued


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 23, 2003

Senators threaten to filibuster Medicare Bill Civil liberties groups and politicians question FBI monitoring of anti-war demonstrations 2 soldiers dead in Iraq what witnesses describe as "savage attack" Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze announced his resignation Public Pressure brings release of 100 Fair Trade demonstrators in Miami This year’s "School of the America’s" protest largest ever


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 21, 2003

GOP can’t stop debate on bloated Energy Bill Resistance fighters in Iraq fire at oil ministry and 2 western hotels from donkey cart Fair trade activists say police in Miami over-reacted and used exsessive force House begins Medicare overhaul debate Secretary of State Kevin Shelley says voting machines in California must provide receipts Nations chemical … Continued


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 19, 2003

Schwarzenegger’s Finance Director urges $15 billion bond measure for March ballot – Democrats sceptical of Governor’s overall budget plan Democrats oppose Rebublican Medicare bill – Seniors in SF protest the AARP’s support of the bill U.S. occupatation forces use airpower against targets in Baghdad, a first since U.S. troops marched into the capital Bush scolds … Continued


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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – November 18, 2003

Massachusetts high court says ban on gay marriage unconstitutional Schwarzenegger calls on state legislature to borrow up to $15 Billion U.S. demolishing homes of suspected resistance fighters in Iraq Bush arrives in Britain to massive protests. U.S. House passes energy bill – democrats denounce bill as full of huge giveaways to oil and coal industries … Continued