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The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays, for February 17, 2004 - 6:00pm

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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays - February 17, 2004

John Kerry goes for the knock-out punch in the Wisconsin primary - both John Edwards and Howard Dean say they'll stay in the race regardless of today's outcome, but Dean has no campaign manager and no campaign appearances planned

Two San Francisco judges delay taking any action to block the City from issuing same-sex marriage licenses.. one judge sets a hearing on the merits of the opponnents case for Friday .. the other sets his hearing for March 29th

OXFAM International out with a report charging big brand retailers in the fashion and food businesses with driving down working conditions for millions of workers around the world, most of them women

San Francisco supervisor Tom Ammiano unveils legislation to bring the City energy independence with greater efficiency and renewable sources

Battered women under welfare reform denied counseling and services in California

Haiti's Pemier says his country is in the throes of a coup and appeals for international help

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