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January 27, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) underwent surgery to treat a head injury from a skiing accident a month ago. Lautenberg, 79, fell and hit his head while skiing in Aspen, Colo., a spokesman said. He had had a low-grade headache since then. He checked himself into a New York hospital late Saturday. Doctors found blood had collected in an area inside the senator's skull that required surgery to drain. The spokesman said Lautenberg would need two days to recover.
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August 13, 2013 | By Lisa Mascaro
WASHINGTON - New Jersey Democrats chose Newark Mayor Cory Booker, a rising party star, in Tuesday's special primary to seek a U.S. Senate seat this fall, while Republicans selected Steven M. Lonegan, the former mayor of Bogota, N.J. Booker has drawn national attention for his efforts to improve "Brick City" and his embrace of Twitter as a form of civic engagement. He is favored to replace Democratic Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg, who died in June at 89. The winner will serve the remaining 15 months of Lautenberg's term.
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October 7, 2002 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Frank R. Lautenberg, at 78 the Democrats' brand-new Senate candidate from New Jersey, tackled the age question head-on Sunday, salsa-dancing his way through the annual Hispanic State Parade in heavily Latino--and heavily Democratic--Union City. In taking over the candidacy from incumbent Sen. Robert Torricelli last week, Lautenberg already had removed Republican challenger Douglas R. Forrester's most potent issue: Torricelli's ethics.
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January 27, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) underwent surgery to treat a head injury from a skiing accident a month ago. Lautenberg, 79, fell and hit his head while skiing in Aspen, Colo., a spokesman said. He had had a low-grade headache since then. He checked himself into a New York hospital late Saturday. Doctors found blood had collected in an area inside the senator's skull that required surgery to drain. The spokesman said Lautenberg would need two days to recover.
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August 13, 2013 | By Lisa Mascaro
WASHINGTON - New Jersey Democrats chose Newark Mayor Cory Booker, a rising party star, in Tuesday's special primary to seek a U.S. Senate seat this fall, while Republicans selected Steven M. Lonegan, the former mayor of Bogota, N.J. Booker has drawn national attention for his efforts to improve "Brick City" and his embrace of Twitter as a form of civic engagement. He is favored to replace Democratic Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg, who died in June at 89. The winner will serve the remaining 15 months of Lautenberg's term.
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October 3, 2002 | JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an election crucial to Democratic Party hopes of retaining control of the U.S. Senate, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Sen. Robert Torricelli can be replaced with a new candidate on the November ballot. Torricelli set off a scramble Monday when he withdrew from the Senate race because of sagging poll numbers and political scandal. After consultations, former Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg agreed to become the party's candidate.
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January 26, 2000 | ART PINE and NICK ANDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
President Clinton said Tuesday that the budget he will send Congress on Feb. 7 will propose paying off the entire $3.6-trillion national debt by 2013--two years earlier than had been expected even a few months ago. At a news conference, the president attributed the opportunity for a speedup to an economy that is even stronger than had been forecast, resulting in higher tax revenue and lower expenses, and to his own austere budget policies.
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March 21, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Amtrak, the national rail passenger service, will impose additional smoking restrictions on its trains beginning April 1, two members of Congress said today. The new rules will provide greater separation between smokers and nonsmokers, Rep. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) and Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) said in a joint statement.
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August 7, 1993
Six Senate Democrats joined all 44 Republicans in voting against President Clinton's economic plan Friday night. The Democrats voting no were David L. Boren, Oklahoma; Richard H. Bryan, Nevada; J. Bennett Johnston, Louisiana; Frank R. Lautenberg, New Jersey; Sam Nunn, Georgia, and Richard C. Shelby, Alabama.
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September 16, 1992 | Reuters
The United States should support a smoking ban on all international airline passenger flights, Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) and Rep. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) urged Tuesday. They asked Transportation Secretary Andrew H. Card Jr. to support such a ban at the International Civil Aviation Organization meeting next week in Montreal. Lautenberg and Durbin wrote the 1989 legislation that banned smoking on U.S. domestic flights.
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October 7, 2002 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Frank R. Lautenberg, at 78 the Democrats' brand-new Senate candidate from New Jersey, tackled the age question head-on Sunday, salsa-dancing his way through the annual Hispanic State Parade in heavily Latino--and heavily Democratic--Union City. In taking over the candidacy from incumbent Sen. Robert Torricelli last week, Lautenberg already had removed Republican challenger Douglas R. Forrester's most potent issue: Torricelli's ethics.
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October 3, 2002 | JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an election crucial to Democratic Party hopes of retaining control of the U.S. Senate, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Sen. Robert Torricelli can be replaced with a new candidate on the November ballot. Torricelli set off a scramble Monday when he withdrew from the Senate race because of sagging poll numbers and political scandal. After consultations, former Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg agreed to become the party's candidate.
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April 9, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, one of the stars of the Republican Party, launched a bid for the U.S. Senate with the formation of a fund-raising committee. Barred by law from seeking a third term as governor, she ended speculation about her political future with the announcement that she intends to run for the Senate seat being vacated by three-term Democrat Frank R. Lautenberg. If elected, New Jersey's first female governor would become the state's first female senator.
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November 19, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
Bruce Springsteen famously was "born in the USA," but the veteran rocker from New Jersey is getting scorned in the U.S. Senate. An effort by New Jersey's two senators, both Democrats, to honor Springsteen was shot down by Republicans who are apparently still miffed a year after the Boss lent his voice to the campaign of Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kerry. The resolution, introduced by Sens. Frank R.
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