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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 1993
Angered by lackadaisical compliance with Los Angeles County's lobbyist registration ordinance, Supervisors Michael Antonovich and Gloria Molina proposed separate measures Monday to force lobbyists to comply with the law and document their activities. Antonovich will introduce a motion at today's meeting of the Board of Supervisors that would ban official contacts with lobbyists who do not obey the law, spokesman Dawson Oppenheimer said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 1993
Angered by lackadaisical compliance with Los Angeles County's lobbyist registration ordinance, Supervisors Michael Antonovich and Gloria Molina proposed separate measures Monday to force lobbyists to comply with the law and document their activities. Antonovich will introduce a motion at today's meeting of the Board of Supervisors that would ban official contacts with lobbyists who do not obey the law, spokesman Dawson Oppenheimer said.
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June 24, 1993 | DAN MORAIN and DANIEL M. WEINTRAUB, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Despite its large delegation and powerful political pull, Los Angeles County has been outmaneuvered in the fight for scarce state tax dollars in this year's budget battle. The result stands to be harsh. In the fiscal year starting July 1, Los Angeles County will lose $299 million in local property tax revenue, about half of what will be taken from all 58 counties, revised estimates showed Wednesday. The proposed cuts have left county supervisors clamoring for political revenge.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1986 | RICH CONNELL, Times Staff Writer
The investigation of possible payoffs in connection with the award of a major insurance claims-handling contract by the Southern California Rapid Transit District is focusing in part on two downtown gatherings where officials of the winning firm celebrated with their lobbyists.
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May 9, 1993 | HECTOR TOBAR and JEFFREY L. RABIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
For nearly five years, lobbyists Alma Fitch and Clark Davis possessed the ultimate inside connection at the Hall of Administration, seat of Los Angeles County government. Developers, waste management firms and other powerful companies paid them hundreds of thousands of dollars to lobby county supervisors. At the same time they were working on behalf of private clients, the supervisors paid Fitch and Davis $273,817 in public funds to lobby for county projects at nearby Los Angeles City Hall.
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