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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1995
Azusa has repealed a 7-month-old law requiring registration of all bullet purchases. The City Council voted 3 to 2 Monday to nullify the law, which some council members and police labeled as ineffective in preventing or solving crime. Police officials said they have yet to use the registry to track a suspect. "It was a feel-good, nonsensical measure," said Azusa City Councilman David Hardison.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1995
Azusa has repealed a 7-month-old law requiring registration of all bullet purchases. The City Council voted 3 to 2 Monday to nullify the law, which some council members and police labeled as ineffective in preventing or solving crime. Police officials said they have yet to use the registry to track a suspect. "It was a feel-good, nonsensical measure," said Azusa City Councilman David Hardison.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 8, 1990
State agricultural officials on Wednesday turned down an appeal by Pomona Mayor Donna Smith to exempt her city from aerial spraying of malathion because of earthquake damage to roofs and chimneys in the area. Portions of Pomona are scheduled to be sprayed tonight as part of the state's Medfly eradication effort. Smith said she believes malathion could pose a health risk if it enters homes damaged in last week's Upland quake.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1990
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe issued a court order Monday stopping the cities of Azusa, Lynwood and Pasadena from enforcing ordinances designed to stop aerial malathion spraying by banning low-altitude formation flying. Yaffe granted a request from the state for a preliminary injunction, saying that local ordinances cannot restrict the state during emergency eradication programs, such as the one developed for the 11-month-old Medfly infestation in Southern California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 1988
Among the strongest images of the year in Los Angeles County were those of furious smokers temporarily banned from Beverly Hills restaurants and a would-be gunman holding what turned out to be a toy gun on consumer reporter David Horowitz during a live broadcast. Both incidents spawned action by local authorities. Here's a sampling of what local legislative boards decided during 1987.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1990
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe issued a court order Monday stopping the cities of Azusa, Lynwood and Pasadena from enforcing ordinances designed to stop aerial malathion spraying by banning low-altitude formation flying. Yaffe granted a request from the state for a preliminary injunction, saying that local ordinances cannot restrict the state during emergency eradication programs, such as the one developed for the 11-month-old Medfly infestation in Southern California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 8, 1990
State agricultural officials on Wednesday turned down an appeal by Pomona Mayor Donna Smith to exempt her city from aerial spraying of malathion because of earthquake damage to roofs and chimneys in the area. Portions of Pomona are scheduled to be sprayed tonight as part of the state's Medfly eradication effort. Smith said she believes malathion could pose a health risk if it enters homes damaged in last week's Upland quake.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 1988
Among the strongest images of the year in Los Angeles County were those of furious smokers temporarily banned from Beverly Hills restaurants and a would-be gunman holding what turned out to be a toy gun on consumer reporter David Horowitz during a live broadcast. Both incidents spawned action by local authorities. Here's a sampling of what local legislative boards decided during 1987.
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