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May 23, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Federal lawmakers are seeking $31.5 million in aid for Valley Center avocado growers whose crops have been quarantined by an infestation of Mexican fruit flies. Ten U.S. representatives from California made the request this week in a letter to Henry Bonilla, chairman of the House appropriations subcommittee on agriculture. Nearly half of all avocados grown in California come from San Diego County, according to the California Avocado Commission.
January 20, 2002 | From Associated Press
The Republican National Committee's winter meeting ended Saturday with party leaders pledging to win over Latinos and other minorities who have historically supported Democrats. Addressing Republicans who have been meeting in President Bush's home state since Thursday, Rep. Henry Bonilla said he was proof that Latinos could fit in with the GOP. "By its very nature, the Hispanic culture is one of conservative values. They share already so many principles with us," Bonilla said.
August 5, 2005 | From Associated Press
An influential House Republican spoke out Thursday against renaming one of Washington's main streets in honor of former President Reagan, calling the proposal "ridiculous." Rep. Henry Bonilla (R-Texas) had introduced a bill July 28 "to redesignate the street in the District of Columbia known as 16th Street Northwest as Ronald Reagan Boulevard." The street runs from the northern tip of the city to the White House. But Rep. Thomas M. Davis III (R-Va.
February 19, 1993 | From Reuters
Former Rep. Albert G. Bustamante of Texas and his wife have been charged in a 10-count indictment that accuses him of receiving thousands of dollars in payoffs and other illegal acts, the Justice Department announced Thursday. It said Bustamante, a Democrat who served in Congress from 1985 until last month, was charged with conducting the affairs of his office as a criminal racketeering enterprise through the receipt of bribes and illegal gifts.
August 14, 1996
Today's Convention Schedule 5-8 p.m. * "The Common-Sense Republican Congress;" speakers include Rep. George Radanovich of Mariposa * "Combating Government Waste;" California Treasurer Matt Fong * "Strong Families/Values;" speakers include Christian Coalition executive director Ralph Reed, former cabinet member William Bennett, former Vice President Dan Quayle * Nomination of Dole for president by Sen. John McCain of seconding speeches will be made by Rep.
July 7, 2000 | From Associated Press
The Republicans have named three members of Congress--one Latino, one woman and one African American--to leadership roles for a national convention they hope will present an image of diversity. Reps. Henry Bonilla of Texas, Jennifer Dunn of Washington state and J.C. Watts Jr. of Oklahoma will be deputy permanent co-chairs of the convention that begins July 31 in Philadelphia, GOP convention spokesman Tim Fitzpatrick said Thursday. The permanent chairman is House Speaker J.
November 22, 2006 | From the Associated Press
More than a week after Republican Rep. Heather A. Wilson claimed a razor-thin election victory, her Democratic challenger conceded Tuesday, saying a recount would cost too much and there was no guarantee it would reverse the result. In Ohio, Rep. Jean Schmidt, a Republican, clinched reelection Tuesday. Additional ballot counts gave her an insurmountable edge of about 3,200 votes over Democratic challenger Victoria Wulsin.
December 13, 2006 | Lianne Hart, Times Staff Writer
Former Democratic congressman Ciro Rodriguez soundly defeated seven-term Republican Rep. Henry Bonilla on Tuesday in an unusual runoff to decide one of the nation's last unresolved House races. With nearly all of the precincts reporting, Rodriguez led Bonilla, 54% to 45%. Bonilla "has already conceded the race and called former congressman Rodriguez and indicated he would do anything he can do to help in the transition," Bonilla spokesman Phil Ricks said. On Nov.
May 20, 2013 | By Tony Perry
SAN DIEGO -- A former civilian contractor at Camp Pendleton was sentenced Monday to six months in prison followed by six months' house arrest after pleading guilty to stealing medical equipment meant to be shipped to forward-deployed Marines, including some in Afghanistan. Michael Tuisee, 34, of Oceanside, was also ordered by U.S. District Judge Cathy Ann Bencivengo to forfeit $8250 in profits that he made by selling the equipment and to pay $179,698.50 in restitution to the Marine Corps.
Fed up with dwindling network coverage of the political conventions, the Republican Party announced Wednesday it will air its San Diego gathering next month on televangelist Pat Robertson's Family Channel to show it "straight from the horse's mouth." Republican National Committee Chairman Haley Barbour told reporters that along with using the Family Channel to provide an "unfiltered" version of the GOP's Aug.
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