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September 12, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
San Diego attorney James M. Hall, a law school classmate of Gov. Pete Wilson, was appointed chairman of the state Fair Political Practices Commission on Thursday by the governor. Hall also served in the Ronald Reagan gubernatorial administration. "Jim's tenure with two state agencies, his deep sense of integrity and high ethical standards make him exceptionally qualified to serve as chairman of the Fair Political Practices Commission," Wilson said.
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September 12, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
San Diego attorney James M. Hall, a law school classmate of Gov. Pete Wilson, was appointed chairman of the state Fair Political Practices Commission on Thursday by the governor. Hall also served in the Ronald Reagan gubernatorial administration. "Jim's tenure with two state agencies, his deep sense of integrity and high ethical standards make him exceptionally qualified to serve as chairman of the Fair Political Practices Commission," Wilson said.
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BUSINESS
February 21, 1986
James M. Hall has been elected vice president-product operations for Hughes Aircraft, Los Angeles. He had been general manufacturing manager for Delco Electronics, a unit of General Motors. The move marks the first appointment of a GM executive to a Hughes post following the auto maker's acquisition of Hughes in December. As previously announced, Hughes Executive Vice President Malcolm R. Currie became the first Hughes official to go to GM when he was named president of Delco Electronics.
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March 4, 2004
-- Supervisor District 1 -- -- 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % John B. Gostovich 9,524 65 Salud Carbajal 5,173 35 -- -- District 3 -- -- 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Brooks Firestone 10,352 53 John Buttny 7,204 37 Steven Andrew Pappas 1,250 6 Slick Gardner 590 3 -- -- District 4 -- -- 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % Joni Gray 13,226 79 Gerry Niesen 3,563 21...
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May 5, 1998 | PATT MORRISON
Hell, no, they won't go . . . to the bank. In bestowing raises of up to 34% on state elected officials and legislators, the Citizens Compensation Commission also automatically puffed up paychecks for seven commissioners whose plummy politically appointed jobs require them to meet twice a month for a few hours to approve Medi-Cal contracts to hospitals and HMOs. For this, each member of the California Medical Assistance Commission will now receive $99,000 a year.
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February 27, 2002 | DICK LOCHTE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There's something delightfully perverse about the way Nevada Barr lovingly describes the sylvan beauty of our national parks and then introduces a cast of cruel and greedy humans to ugly things up. In "Hunting Season" (Putnam, $24.95, 322 pages), her 10th book about recently promoted District Park Ranger Anna Pigeon, she mars the forestry along Mississippi's Natchez Trace with loutish redneck hunters, racists, sociopathic poachers, politicians and recalcitrant deputy rangers.
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