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November 18, 1991
I have no more use for the political opinions of Carl Karcher than do the students of Cal State Northridge. But neither do I have any use for the relentless demand for political and personal perfection that is perverting the fabric of American public life today. If you don't like someone's politics, then don't elect him to public office. Don't make a fool of yourself by declaring that he's not pure enough to sell you a cheeseburger. MARK LEINWAND, Woodland Hills
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November 18, 1991
I have no more use for the political opinions of Carl Karcher than do the students of Cal State Northridge. But neither do I have any use for the relentless demand for political and personal perfection that is perverting the fabric of American public life today. If you don't like someone's politics, then don't elect him to public office. Don't make a fool of yourself by declaring that he's not pure enough to sell you a cheeseburger. MARK LEINWAND, Woodland Hills
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September 7, 1993 | James M. Gomez / Times staff writer
Oxford Bioscience Partners of Costa Mesa, which also has an office in Stamford, Conn., has also just received some fresh money. The venture capital concern, which specializes in the health care industry--including biotechnology, biomedical and health services--has just raised nearly $54 million to invest in cash-needy businesses in Orange County and throughout the nation. "We are looking at a number of companies right now," said fund partner Edmund M. Olivier.
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December 31, 1999 | PAUL JACOBS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Worldwide protests against genetically engineered crops are on the rise. America's trading partners are calling for labeling of foods that contain ingredients from genetically modified plants. Federal regulators are reexamining the rules for assuring the safety of biotech foods.
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