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The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays, for February 7, 2005 - 6:00pm

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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays - February 7, 2005

President Bush unveils a two and a half trillion dollar budget with cuts to Medicaid, housing, the environment and more ...spending is slated to rise for the military and homeland security

Consumer and public interest groups urge the defeat of pro-business legislation that would restrict class action lawsuits against corporate wrongdoing

Israeli prime minister Sharon and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas set to meet in Egypt -~they're expected to sign a truce... Palestinians are skeptical...

A Kurdish ticket pulls into second place ahead of U.S .-backed prime minister Ayad Allawi’s candidates in Iraq's national election ..meanwhile another bloody day in Iraq with an estimated thirty people killed in resistance attacks...

State lawmakers consider whether the state should legalize assisted suicide...

A measure to ban genetically modified crops has qualified for the Sonoma county ballot

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