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April 1, 1999
The city attorney's office has ruled that three deputy district attorneys did not violate election laws when their signatures appeared under a campaign fund-raising letter that was distributed to other prosecutors. The three prosecutors' signatures appeared under a letter dated Sept. 15, 1998, asking deputy district attorneys to attend a fund-raiser for Rep. James Rogan (R-Glendale). The three are Albert MacKenzie, who is president of the Assn.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1999
The city attorney's office has ruled that three deputy district attorneys did not violate election laws when their signatures appeared under a campaign fund-raising letter that was distributed to other prosecutors. The three prosecutors' signatures appeared under a letter dated Sept. 15, 1998, asking deputy district attorneys to attend a fund-raiser for Rep. James Rogan (R-Glendale). The three are Albert MacKenzie, who is president of the Assn.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 2003
Ruling by justices Richard A. Paez Harry Pregerson Sidney R. Thomas * The inherent defects in the system are such that approximately 40,000 voters who travel to the polls and cast their ballot will not have their vote counted at all.
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February 19, 2004 | Dan Morain, Times Staff Writer
Lawyers for an Indian tribe that has spent $14 million on California campaigns in recent years urged a state appellate court Wednesday to rule that the tribe's status as a sovereign government exempts it from campaign donation disclosure laws. The dispute involves tribes' long-held right to remain immune from most state laws and California's right to enforce its election laws.
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February 3, 1987 | BARRY M. HORSTMAN
A victory by Dennis Conner's Stars & Stripes in the America's Cup competition in Australia not only would return yachting's most prestigious trophy to this country after a 3 1/2-year absence, but also could play a key role in extending the political career of San Diego City Councilman Bill Cleator.
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