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December 16, 1988 | Associated Press
A local utilities company is entering into an unusual partnership with a hospital association to finance and encourage energy efficiency improvements, reports Energy User News magazine. The company has issued a $111 million capital-grant revolving loan fund with loans up to $200,000 per hospital available at zero interest for terms of up to eight years to members of the Connecticut Hospital Assn.
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September 23, 1995 | From Associated Press
A doctor sawed through the wrong side of a patient's skull during emergency brain surgery to remove a blood clot, hospital officials said Friday. After the surgeon realized his mistake, he closed the incision and completed Thursday's operation, said John Cappiello, a spokesman for Bridgeport Hospital. The doctor's operating privileges were suspended pending an investigation.
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September 23, 1995 | From Associated Press
A doctor sawed through the wrong side of a patient's skull during emergency brain surgery to remove a blood clot, hospital officials said Friday. After the surgeon realized his mistake, he closed the incision and completed Thursday's operation, said John Cappiello, a spokesman for Bridgeport Hospital. The doctor's operating privileges were suspended pending an investigation.
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December 16, 1988 | Associated Press
A local utilities company is entering into an unusual partnership with a hospital association to finance and encourage energy efficiency improvements, reports Energy User News magazine. The company has issued a $111 million capital-grant revolving loan fund with loans up to $200,000 per hospital available at zero interest for terms of up to eight years to members of the Connecticut Hospital Assn.
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May 14, 2000 | HENRY WEINSTEIN and ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As a longtime lawyer for civil rights groups in Los Angeles, Bill Lann Lee built a reputation as a skilled litigator whose goal was to solve problems rather than collect scalps. Now, as the nation's acting assistant attorney general for civil rights, Lee has returned home with all the might of the federal government at his disposal as he spearheads its efforts to reform the Los Angeles Police Department.
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