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BUSINESS
June 28, 2012 | By William D'Urso
Some Los Angeles residents hailed the Supreme Court's healthcare ruling Thursday morning as good for the poor and uninsured, while others questioned whether people are being overtaxed. TV producer Lorraine Lewis said she heard about the ruling as she heading out the door to play catch with her dogs Ca$h and Christina.  "I wish I didn't have to pay more," said the 53-year-old downtown Los Angeles resident, "but I wish it was more affordable to have healthcare. " Lewis said she pays about $268 a month for her healthcare, which includes dental, but she wonders if the bill that made it through the nation's highest court is the best option available.  "I wish we had healthcare -- I hate to say it -- more like Canada" with universal healthcare coverage, she said as she threw a tennis ball to Ca$h, a Jack Russell terrier.  Lewis said it's hard for her to see people in need on downtown streets. "I'm pretty fortunate I can pay $268 for myself," she said.
SPORTS
July 20, 1994 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Those who played with Andrew Shue previously said he was scrappy, that he wasn't afraid to mix it up. Shue himself said he was an emotional player. And Shue, the "Melrose Place" star playing the first of two games for the Splash, was in the middle of a scrap Tuesday night in a 6-3 victory over the Washington Warthogs in front of 4,368 at The Pond of Anaheim. Washington's Troy Snyder kicked Shue in the chest after the two had tumbled to the turf.
NEWS
October 4, 1992 | KIRBY LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Cal Poly Pomona soccer team was well aware of what to expect Wednesday night from Cal State Los Angeles' Juan Carlos Sanchez. Pomona Coach Brian Wiesner was Sanchez's coach for three seasons at Pomona Garey High. But the advance knowledge wasn't enough for Pomona to stop Sanchez's second-half goal that gave the Golden Eagles the go-ahead score on their way to a 3-1 victory in a California Collegiate Athletic Assn. match at home.
SPORTS
August 14, 1994 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Armando Valdivia missed the game. Dale Ervine missed the second half. Neither was missed at all. The Splash turned in what might have been a division-clinching performance Saturday night at the San Diego Sports Arena in front of 8,480, beating San Diego, 12-8. It was their fourth victory in a row and sixth in seven games, and also makes them 2-0 on a seven-game trip. The victory gives the Splash (15-5) a two-game lead over the Sockers (14-8)--but they are three games ahead in the loss column.
BUSINESS
March 30, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE
Working at Airborne Systems Inc.'s plant here is a little like attending a session of the United Nations. Jack Van Eden, president and co-founder, is a native of the Netherlands. More than half of the company's 25 employees are engineers from Asia, the Middle East or Latin America. Immigrants from Iraq work alongside those from Iran--two nations at war not long ago. And engineers from China work next to those from Vietnam and the Philippines.
SPORTS
August 29, 1994 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The lineup, the coach confessed, was a crapshoot, an appropriate analogy given the Splash's 3:30 a.m. arrival--by bus--from Las Vegas Sunday morning. Less than 16 hours later, after sleeping nine of the last 11 days on the East Coast, the Splash stepped onto the floor at The Pond of Anaheim worn out and beat up, and down four starters. "You take the good with the bad," Splash Coach George Fernandez said, "and turn it into better."
NEWS
October 2, 1994 | KIRBY LEE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Locke High football Coach E. C. Robinson said he didn't know that he was breaking any rules when he visited the home of an athlete outside the school's attendance area. Robinson said he visited the home of James Tillman, who is playing on the bee team at Fremont this season, at the request of the player's father last summer to watch a videotape of his son. The visit violated California Interscholastic Federation rules despite consent of the parent.
NEWS
November 15, 1992 | ROY JURGENS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In a battle of previously undefeated boys' soccer teams, Garfield beat South Gate, 2-1, in a Southeastern Conference game Thursday at South Gate. Garfield's attack-style offense struck early in the game when Migel Gomez sneaked behind the Ram defense and pounded the ball into the corner of the net 11 minutes into the contest. The Bulldogs continued their offensive onslaught to wrap up the first half.
SPORTS
April 24, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
With all of the changes being made by the Miami Dolphins, one thing will stay the same, and nobody is happier about it than the biggest change of all: new Coach Jimmy Johnson. On Tuesday, the Dolphins re-signed the most prolific passer in NFL history, Dan Marino, to a three-year contract reportedly worth $17.72 million. "As important a contract as this is for Dan and the Dolphins, it's just as important for me," Johnson said.
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