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January 31, 1988 | GEORGE SKELTON, Times Sacramento Bureau Chief
American rancher James Jordan Denby, jailed since being shot down while flying his light plane over Nicaragua on Dec. 6, was released Saturday into the custody of Democratic U.S. Senate contender Bill Press of California. Denby, 58, who had been accused of working with the Contras, then flew with Press to Los Angeles in a chartered luxury jet.
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January 31, 1988 | GEORGE SKELTON, Times Sacramento Bureau Chief
American rancher James Jordan Denby, jailed since being shot down while flying his light plane over Nicaragua on Dec. 6, was released Saturday into the custody of Democratic U.S. Senate contender Bill Press of California. Denby, 58, who had been accused of working with the Contras, then flew with Press to Los Angeles in a chartered luxury jet.
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February 2, 1988 | JAMES GERSTENZANG and JOSH GETLIN, Times Staff Writers
Two days before the House casts what the Reagan Administration says is a "make or break" vote on aid to the Nicaraguan rebels, the White House acknowledged Monday that it still lacks the votes to win approval of the $36.25-million request and is searching for a compromise that will gain support among moderate Democrats and Republicans. As part of his home-stretch campaign, President Reagan again turned to his speech writers in an effort to muster last-minute support for the Contras.
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