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The KPFA Evening News - July 30, 2004 at 6:00pm

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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays - July 30, 2004

Newly nominated Democratic Presidential Candidate John Kerry hits the campaign trail today on a cross-country through battleground states, a two-week 21 state marathon that will cover 3 5-hundred miles by road, rail and boat

President Bush attacks Kerry's 19 year record in the Senate today saying He has accomplished little.... .Bush is painting Kerry as a tax and spend Liberal

The leaders of the September 11th Commission testify in an unusual hearing during summer recess on Capitol Hill, imploring Congress to act swiftly to reform the nation's intelligence structure

Governor Schwarzenneger with a plan to vastly overhaul State Government, including eliminating a third of the State workforce -- possibly including making state legislators part time

The United Nations Security Council threatens Sudan with diplomatic and economic punishment unless the government disarms militias responsible for atrocities in the Darfur region

The Forest Service accused of dramatically overstating fire damage to spotted owl habitat to increase logging in the Sierra Nevada

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