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January 22, 1992 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
James V. Lacy, a former official in the Reagan and Bush administrations, formally announced his candidacy Tuesday for the newly configured 61st Congressional District, which stretches from Diamond Bar and Yorba Linda to San Bernardino County. Lacy was endorsed in his bid for the GOP nomination by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Long Beach) and leaders of two major anti-tax groups during a press conference at the Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1992 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
James V. Lacy, a former official in the Reagan and Bush administrations, formally announced his candidacy Tuesday for the newly configured 61st Congressional District, which stretches from Diamond Bar and Yorba Linda to San Bernardino County. Lacy was endorsed in his bid for the GOP nomination by Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Long Beach) and leaders of two major anti-tax groups during a press conference at the Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace.
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August 6, 1999 | Sean Kirwan, (949) 574-4202
An attorney representing three residents on Thursday said he may sue the mayor and three members of the City Council for allegedly violating California's open meetings laws. The residents contend city officials violated the law during an April 19 closed council meeting. The city has 30 days to respond to the complaint, filed July 7, and to correct the alleged violations before a lawsuit could be filed. Attorney James V.
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January 29, 2005 | Jean O. Pasco, Times Staff Writer
A proposal that would have required companies seeking work with the Orange County Fire Authority to broaden disclosure of their political donations died after a vote this week. The authority's board of directors voted 12 to 7 in November to ask its attorneys to draft the regulations, after concerns were raised that ambulance companies were giving political donations to city officials who are authority directors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1992
While Henry W. Wedaa is no doubt well intentioned ("Letting the Agency Take Care of Business Is Good Economics," Commentary, Sept. 13), he has made the classic mistake often made by otherwise business-oriented Republican politicians when put in charge of a regulatory agency like the Air Quality Management District: He has gone "native." A few books have been written commenting on this phenomenon, such as the retrospective on the Reagan Administration titled "Steering the Elephant."
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March 13, 1994
I disagree with your editorial "Business of Scouting" (March 2), in which you report the recent 2-1 decision of a three-judge state appeals court to force the Boy Scouts, which professes a belief in God as an organization, to admit the atheist Randall twins to membership. You argue that the Boy Scouts should just drop the case, and leave kids like the Randalls "alone" rather than insisting on extracting an oath. The Court of Appeal decision greatly harms associational rights guaranteed to all under the First Amendment of the Constitution.
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March 15, 1988 | Associated Press
A new settlement calling for more than $8 million in corrective advertising and a continued ban on sales of three-wheel all-terrain vehicles was disclosed Monday by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The commission and the Justice Department reached the settlement with five manufacturers of the off-road motor vehicles, which have been involved in more than 900 deaths and about 300,000 injuries in recent years. U.S. District Judge Gerhard A.
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January 29, 2005 | David Haldane, Times Staff Writer
The Dana Point City Council voted Friday to fire the city clerk whose appointment 14 months ago led to charges of cronyism due to her relationship with the then-mayor. Sharon Street lost her $90,000-a-year job, effective immediately, by a 4-1 vote at an emergency council meeting. "The city clerk serves at the will of the council," Mayor Wayne Rayfield said after the vote.
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April 1, 2005 | Claire Luna, Times Staff Writer
A Dana Point planning commissioner said Thursday that he believes City Councilman Russ Chilton wanted to manipulate him into blocking a coffeehouse chain from moving in four doors down from a coffee business Chilton's wife owns. Commissioner Greg Powers said that when he testifies at a deposition for the pending lawsuit Diedrich Coffee Inc.
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December 30, 1987 | DAVID VOREACOS, Times Staff Writer
The Consumer Product Safety Commission voted Tuesday to confirm an agreement negotiated by the Justice Department to ban the sale of three-wheeled all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and take other steps designed to reduce deaths and injuries associated with the product. The preliminary decree requires the industry to provide safety courses and warning labels but does not mandate the customer refunds sought by some congressmen and consumer advocates.
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May 24, 1992 | MIKE WARD
Political Garbage-- Assemblyman Paul Horcher (R-Hacienda Heights) is depicted as a dog and a trained seal in a television commercial promoting Phyllis Papen, his Republican primary opponent in the 60th Assembly District. But the Diamond Bar city councilwoman fares even worse in Horcher's commercial, in which she is shown in the role of the garbage monster. Horcher's ad on local cable television presents a photo of Papen that appears to have been altered to make her appearance unflattering.
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