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June 10, 1995 | MARTIN MILLER and ALAN EYERLY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
As businessmen Ryan Christensen and Mike Altman see it, Old Glory is under siege, and it's time to rally 'round the flag. First, President Bill Clinton declared his opposition last week to a constitutional amendment safeguarding the American flag from desecration. And now, less than a week away from Flag Day, the city of La Habra has ordered the tire store owners to take down 17 flags at their new Big O outlet store.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1995 | MARTIN MILLER and ALAN EYERLY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
As businessmen Ryan Christensen and Mike Altman see it, Old Glory is under siege, and it's time to rally 'round the flag. First, President Bill Clinton declared his opposition last week to a constitutional amendment safeguarding the American flag from desecration. And now, less than a week away from Flag Day, the city of La Habra has ordered the tire store owners to take down 17 flags at their new Big O outlet store.
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May 8, 1993 | MIMI KO
Hoping to curb the graffiti problem here, City Council members this week gave preliminary approval to an ordinance banning aerosol spray paint and marker pens on all public grounds, including schools and parks. In the fight against taggers, City Manager Lee Risner said, "we don't know if (the ordinance) is a cure-all, but it's another tool." The ordinance also requires business owners to lock up spray cans and markers at all times in an effort to dissuade people from stealing such items.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 1993 | MIMI KO
Hoping to curb the graffiti problem here, City Council members this week gave preliminary approval to an ordinance banning aerosol spray paint and marker pens on all public grounds, including schools and parks. In the fight against taggers, City Manager Lee Risner said, "we don't know if (the ordinance) is a cure-all, but it's another tool." The ordinance also requires business owners to lock up spray cans and markers at all times in an effort to dissuade people from stealing such items.
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