CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 1997
Less than an hour after the City Council voted Tuesday to ban solicitation at Los Angeles International Airport, a lawyer representing the Hare Krishna religious group said his clients will fight the measure in court. Barry A. Fisher, the attorney who 23 years ago persuaded the California Supreme Court to force the city to open the airport to the Hare Krishna sect, said he is prepared to file an injunction against the ordinance. Fisher, who has appeared before the U.S.