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November 21, 2006 | Christian Berthelsen, Times Staff Writer
After a vote count that stretched for nearly two weeks after the election, Republican Lynn Daucher conceded a hard-fought Orange County state Senate race to Democrat Lou Correa on Monday, after he took an insurmountable lead with virtually all ballots counted. Correa, an Orange County supervisor and former assemblyman, was leading by 1,302 votes, 50.2% to 49%.
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April 13, 2003 | Louis Sahagun, Times Staff Writer
The 96-mile-long Santa Ana River has all the troubles to which an urban waterway is heir: destructive flooding, turf battles, pollution, streamside development, endangered species and an epidemic of weeds. Yet Southern California's largest stream system has been mostly ignored by environmentalists and state power brokers, who have focused much more attention on reviving the Los Angeles and San Gabriel rivers.
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August 23, 2011 | By Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times
A proposal to prevent repeats of the Bell scandal — in which city officials secretly granted themselves salaries of up to $800,000 — hung in limbo Monday, jeopardized by an unrelated dispute between two Southern California lawmakers. The measure, which would require many government officials in California to publicly disclose their compensation and perks, unanimously passed the state Senate in the morning. But it's unclear whether the measure will be taken up this year in the lower house.
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October 13, 2003
Assemblyman Lou Correa (D-Santa Ana) has called for a state audit of the proposed merger of Orange County's two toll road agencies. County transportation leaders are considering a merger to assist the San Joaquin Hills tollway, the turnpike that has posted disappointing revenue and ridership figures. But the Eastern and Foothill toll roads have exceeded projections. Correa suggested Friday it was unfair for drivers of the more successful roads to bail out the San Joaquin Hills tollway.
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