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January 12, 2003
Re "To Solve the State Deficit, Encourage Economic Growth," Jan. 5: How fortunate for all of us in Orange County that we have such a hard-working congressman, such as Christopher Cox, working on our behalf in Washington. He scolds Gov. Gray Davis for raising tax money and using the revenue inappropriately. However, he and the Bush administration are going to fix all of our states' ills by lowering our taxes. And what specific California job creation actions has Cox taken? Where was this congressman when we were being gouged by the out-of-state energy companies?
January 31, 1986 | JENNINGS PARROTT
--"Wow!" It was a shock, really," Douglas Ebding said, adding that he was present during the births of the triplets--all girls. "It was neat." "Oh, it really hasn't hit me yet," Susan Ebding, 19, said, and no fertility drugs were used. She gave birth to twins in March and now, triplets. She recalled how once she and her husband, 20, were so concerned that they might not be able to have children. "We thought we wouldn't have any, and then, all of a sudden, two, then three," she said.
April 8, 1986
The hour of darkness approaches. The Red Tide is running in Latin America. The Soviets have established a beachhead in Managua and their plans for aggression are self-evident to anyone who would care to peruse some satellite photos. Nicaragua is attempting a full mobilization of its population as it progressively wipes out freedom and attempts to build an atheistic state based upon the blasphemies of Karl Marx. What stands between their plans for regional hegemony and its actual fruition?
September 14, 2010 | By Geraldine Baum, Los Angeles Times
It was 7 a.m. a week before the Democratic primary here, and Joyce Johnson already had spent two hours in her chartreuse Volkswagen bug delivering "Joyce Johnson for Congress" leaflets to campaign workers. A passerby peeked in the window and inquired, "Do you know where I can find Joyce Johnson?" "I am Joyce Johnson," she said. Joyce Johnson is not exactly a household name in the 15th Congressional District in northern Manhattan, yet the 62-year-old community activist, who has never won an election, has the unlikely endorsement of the powerful New York Times — and at least a shot at taking down a hero of Harlem and one of the great lions of Congress, Rep. Charles B. Rangel.
March 3, 1986 | KAREN TUMULTY, Times Staff Writer
An Ohio man once wrote California Rep. Bill Lowery (R-San Diego) for information that he figured any Southern California congressman would have readily at hand: what to look for in buying a surfboard. A writer trying to prove the advantages of a meatless diet asked the aid of the oldest congressman--Rep. Claude Pepper (D-Fla.)--in locating a 100-year-old vegetarian. And Democratic Rep. Michael D.
March 28, 1985 | BOB WILLIAMS and GERALD FARIS, This column is by Times staff writers Bob Williams and Gerald Faris and
Mel Levine, the Democratic congressman long associated with West Los Angeles liberal politics, ventured into the South Bay one evening last week for a town hall meeting with the more conservative constituents he picked up in the last two reapportionments.
April 30, 2013 | By Michael A. Memoli
SOMERVILLE, Mass. - Stephen Lynch was in a hurry on Friday morning, first to a pair of diners along Broadway, then down the street to a firehouse. By day's end, he'd hit 18 stops in six cities and towns in the Boston area, as he worked to do “14 days worth of work in four days,” as a volunteer put it. Lynch, a Boston-area congressman, is by all accounts the underdog in Tuesday's Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by John F. Kerry. Fellow congressman Ed Markey has most of the establishment Democratic support, including a late endorsement from Caroline Kennedy.
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