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March 25, 1992 | JON NALICK
Citing a moral obligation to treat all people equally, the Rancho Santiago Community College District board has decided to raise the pay of four disabled workers to minimum wage, despite a legal and commonly accepted practice of paying the disabled less for certain tasks. After a lengthy debate, the board voted 4 to 3 to increase the workers' hourly pay from $1.75 to $4.25, retroactive to last Aug. 1.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1992 | JON NALICK
Citing a moral obligation to treat all people equally, the Rancho Santiago Community College District board has decided to raise the pay of four disabled workers to minimum wage, despite a legal and commonly accepted practice of paying the disabled less for certain tasks. After a lengthy debate, the board voted 4 to 3 to increase the workers' hourly pay from $1.75 to $4.25, retroactive to last Aug. 1.
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October 19, 1988 | JAY GOLDMAN, Times Staff Writer
Paul Longmore watched a copy of a book that took him 10 years to write go up in smoke Tuesday. And he lit the match. Book burnings often are expressions of intolerance, but this one in front of the Federal Building downtown was a protest against regulations governing federal disability programs run by the Social Security Administration.
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October 19, 1988 | JAY GOLDMAN, Times Staff Writer
Paul Longmore watched a copy of a book that took him 10 years to write go up in smoke Tuesday. And he lit the match. Book burnings often are expressions of intolerance, but this one in front of the Federal Building downtown was a protest against regulations governing federal disability programs run by the Social Security Administration.
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