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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1990
Assemblyman Terry B. Friedman (D-Los Angeles) joined the widening legislative war against malathion spraying Wednesday, announcing a proposal to "hold hostage" $6 million in funds earmarked for the Department of Food and Agriculture until its eradication program is stopped. "Some say we should hold the entire Food and Agriculture budget hostage," said Friedman, a member of the Ways and Means Committee. "Well, we're going to start in a reasonable way."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1990
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe issued a court order Monday stopping the cities of Azusa, Lynwood and Pasadena from enforcing ordinances designed to stop aerial malathion spraying by banning low-altitude formation flying. Yaffe granted a request from the state for a preliminary injunction, saying that local ordinances cannot restrict the state during emergency eradication programs, such as the one developed for the 11-month-old Medfly infestation in Southern California.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 1989
The cities of Carson and Lynwood became the third and fourth municipalities in Los Angeles County to outlaw semi-automatic "assault weapons," including the AK-47 assault rifle that was used to kill five schoolchildren and injure more than two dozen others in Stockton last month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1990
Assemblyman Terry B. Friedman (D-Los Angeles) joined the widening legislative war against malathion spraying Wednesday, announcing a proposal to "hold hostage" $6 million in funds earmarked for the Department of Food and Agriculture until its eradication program is stopped. "Some say we should hold the entire Food and Agriculture budget hostage," said Friedman, a member of the Ways and Means Committee. "Well, we're going to start in a reasonable way."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1990
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe issued a court order Monday stopping the cities of Azusa, Lynwood and Pasadena from enforcing ordinances designed to stop aerial malathion spraying by banning low-altitude formation flying. Yaffe granted a request from the state for a preliminary injunction, saying that local ordinances cannot restrict the state during emergency eradication programs, such as the one developed for the 11-month-old Medfly infestation in Southern California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 1989
The cities of Carson and Lynwood became the third and fourth municipalities in Los Angeles County to outlaw semi-automatic "assault weapons," including the AK-47 assault rifle that was used to kill five schoolchildren and injure more than two dozen others in Stockton last month.
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