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December 16, 1992 | DANIEL M. WEINTRAUB, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an apparent effort to hone his message and exercise more control over his top appointees, Gov. Pete Wilson on Tuesday named a hard-edged political consultant to a top job among his inner circle of advisers. Joseph D. Rodota, a former Reagan White House aide and an expert in the opposition research that has become central to modern political campaigns, will become Wilson's cabinet secretary, coordinating policy for the Administration.
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December 16, 1992 | DANIEL M. WEINTRAUB, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In an apparent effort to hone his message and exercise more control over his top appointees, Gov. Pete Wilson on Tuesday named a hard-edged political consultant to a top job among his inner circle of advisers. Joseph D. Rodota, a former Reagan White House aide and an expert in the opposition research that has become central to modern political campaigns, will become Wilson's cabinet secretary, coordinating policy for the Administration.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 1991
County representatives agreed Monday to ask the Board of Supervisors today to extend until Friday its deadline for state action to save the County Medical Services program, a spokesman for Gov. Pete Wilson said Monday night. The agreement came after three hours of meetings between county and state representatives, said Bill Livingstone, Wilson's press secretary. "Progress has been made in trying to resolve the issues.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 3, 1985 | HERBERT A. SAMPLE, Times Staff Writer
The board of the Conejo Valley Unified School District, which has among the most students per teacher of districts its size in the state, is being asked to seek voter approval of a special property tax to reduce class sizes. A volunteer committee that includes representatives of the PTA and employee unions is working on a June ballot proposal to assess each of the approximately 36,000 land parcels in the district $98 a year for four years.
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May 29, 1996 | CARL INGRAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Republican Gov. Pete Wilson's proposed 15% across-the-board income tax cut for individual Californians and businesses was defeated Tuesday by Senate Democrats and independents, the second time in two years that the governor's cut has been crushed in the upper house. The bill, narrowly approved last month by the Republican-controlled Assembly, failed in the Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee when only two GOP members voted for it. Four Democrats and two independents voted no.
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January 27, 1994 | DANIEL M. WEINTRAUB, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The state's political watchdog agency has ruled that Gov. Pete Wilson did not intend to violate the law when he solicited donations from California companies to help pay for a 17-day trade mission to Asia last year. The opinion by the Fair Political Practices Commission clears the way for the Wilson Administration to spend $114,000 it collected to offset expenses from the trip, said Trade and Commerce Undersecretary Loren Kaye. "We are going to reimburse ourselves," Kaye said.
NEWS
April 17, 1985 | DOUGLAS SHUIT, Times Staff Writer
Teachers are making more money. Many school districts are back on six-period schedules. School days are longer, and so is the school year. Those are a few of the differences $3 billion can make in California's public school system. Such were the conclusions announced Tuesday by the California Tax Foundation, an arm of the business-supported California Taxpayers Assn., after a six-month assessment of the effects of the 1983 school reform and finance bill signed into law by Gov. George Deukmejian.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1991 | SEBASTIAN ROTELLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With temperatures dropping and the start of the city's cold weather shelter program approaching, Los Angeles officials say they have not yet found shelters to house the homeless of the San Fernando Valley and the Westside. Administrators of the cold weather program said Monday that they are awaiting a response from Gov. Pete Wilson to their request to use state National Guard armories as shelters for the homeless from November to March.
NEWS
September 2, 1992 | DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the Legislature's proposed overhaul of workers' compensation sat on Gov. Pete Wilson's desk Tuesday, there were strong indications that he will veto the package and perhaps call a special legislative session to deal with the troubled $12-billion system. "If anything merits a special session, it would be workers' compensation," said Loren Kaye, Wilson's Cabinet secretary.
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December 22, 1990 | VIRGINIA ELLIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the face of criticism, Gov.-elect Pete Wilson's staff has reversed its position and decided to name the political supporters and special interests who will foot the bill for a lavish series of inauguration events next month. Inaugural officials said at the "earliest possible opportunity," they will identify everyone from those buying $25 tickets to donors chipping in up to $25,000 to pay for the several ceremonies and parties held the week Wilson is sworn in. The formal inauguration is Jan.
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