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February 19, 1997 | RONALD BROWNSTEIN and STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Reaching out to a key Democratic constituency, Vice President Al Gore on Tuesday told the AFL-CIO meeting in Los Angeles that the administration will propose new rules to strengthen organized labor's hand in dealings with the hundreds of thousands of firms that do business with the federal government.
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February 19, 1997 | RONALD BROWNSTEIN and STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Reaching out to a key Democratic constituency, Vice President Al Gore on Tuesday told the AFL-CIO meeting in Los Angeles that the administration will propose new rules to strengthen organized labor's hand in dealings with the hundreds of thousands of firms that do business with the federal government.
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February 10, 1993 | S. J. DIAMOND and MICHAEL QUINTANILLA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Suppose someone had a family medical crisis and had to take time off. If he or she was like the vast majority of workers, even a mandated family leave guaranteeing their job wouldn't help: The person simply couldn't afford it. Teacher Dorothy Clark of Los Angeles is among those intended to be covered by the new Family and Medical Leave Act--the Clinton Administration's first big victory, albeit an imperfect one. The bill doesn't cover all families, and it doesn't cover all leaves.
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February 10, 1993 | S. J. DIAMOND and MICHAEL QUINTANILLA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Suppose someone had a family medical crisis and had to take time off. If he or she was like the vast majority of workers, even a mandated family leave guaranteeing their job wouldn't help: The person simply couldn't afford it. Teacher Dorothy Clark of Los Angeles is among those intended to be covered by the new Family and Medical Leave Act--the Clinton Administration's first big victory, albeit an imperfect one. The bill doesn't cover all families, and it doesn't cover all leaves.
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September 1, 1992 | JAMES GERSTENZANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The way the Bush campaign sees it, the new television ad being broadcast by Bill Clinton's campaign is more than fuzzy and warm pictures of small-town America and beaming children. It is, rather, rife with misleading accounts of Clinton's governorship.
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May 2, 1991 | Rep. ESTEBAN TORRES, Torres, a Democrat, represents the 34th Congressional District, which covers parts of East Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley
"Poor Mexico, so close to the United States and so far from God." This popular Mexican lament may be changing under Mexico's government of President Carlos Salinas de Gortari. Last June, both President Bush and Salinas announced their intentions to negotiate a free-trade agreement between the United States and Mexico. Both are convinced that increased trade and investment, resulting from a free-trade agreement, will lead to economic prosperity for citizens of our two countries.
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April 16, 1994 | MELISSA HEALY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The environmental community, which recently split deeply over support for the North American Free Trade Agreement, is issuing warnings about the new world trade agreement in a newly unified voice. The environmentalists charge that the comprehensive General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade accord signed Friday in Morocco will erode the United States'--and California's--ability to enforce its environmental strictures on everything from recycling to pesticide use to air pollution. "If this . . .
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