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June 18, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
Philip Morris USA, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Holdings Inc. and Brown & Williamson Tobacco Co. convinced a jury that they weren't responsible for the lung cancer of a Missouri woman, the companies said Tuesday. A state court jury in Independence, Mo., deliberated about six hours before rejecting claims by Linda Welch, a 30-year smoker who was diagnosed with cancer in 1995. Welch, 51, had sought $9 million in compensatory damages in the trial that started May 12.
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June 18, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
Philip Morris USA, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Holdings Inc. and Brown & Williamson Tobacco Co. convinced a jury that they weren't responsible for the lung cancer of a Missouri woman, the companies said Tuesday. A state court jury in Independence, Mo., deliberated about six hours before rejecting claims by Linda Welch, a 30-year smoker who was diagnosed with cancer in 1995. Welch, 51, had sought $9 million in compensatory damages in the trial that started May 12.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1993 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE
After serving one year on the City Council, Barbara Kiley was picked as mayor and Daniel T. Welch as mayor pro tempore this week. Generally, the mayor's job is rotated to the mayor pro tempore, which would have given the position to Henry W. Wedaa this term. But Kiley and Welch were joined by former mayor John M. Gullixson in voting against Wedaa for both positions.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1993 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE
After serving one year on the City Council, Barbara Kiley was picked as mayor and Daniel T. Welch as mayor pro tempore this week. Generally, the mayor's job is rotated to the mayor pro tempore, which would have given the position to Henry W. Wedaa this term. But Kiley and Welch were joined by former mayor John M. Gullixson in voting against Wedaa for both positions.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 30, 2000
So Howard Rosenberg doesn't like Bill O'Reilly, of Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor" ("O'Reilly's Ridiculous Factor," Sept. 25). He thinks that O'Reilly is opinionated, picky and just plain not a good writer. Well, I have spent several years reading Rosenberg's adoring ruminations on television's wasteland, and I have three words for him: Pot. Kettle. Black. MARK MARTIN Eagle Rock Rosenberg's critique of O'Reilly was too flattering. He failed to mention his venomously poisonous, hatred-spewing diatribes that he unleashes on the Clintons on his daily TV program.
NEWS
May 30, 1990 | BRAD HAUGAARD
Forget about Dick and Jane. In this storybook world, radish-munching rabbits consult psychiatrists, fat mice inhabit a planet with shopping malls made of Swiss cheese and scary creatures speak through Ouija boards. And every one of the 274 youthful authors receives a prize.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1989 | JIM CARLTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State medical authorities tried unsuccessfully Tuesday to obtain a court order barring an El Toro physician from administering a hormonal treatment that, they allege, poses a public danger because at least six women have suffered harmful side effects. In addition, the Board of Medical Quality Assurance (BMQA) on Tuesday filed a 25-page accusation against the doctor, Norman King Beals Jr., recommending that his medical license be revoked for "negligence, incompetence and . . .
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