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February 17, 1995 | Associated Press
A Ku Klux Klan group will not be allowed to join the Adopt-a-Highway program because their participation could become a safety hazard, officials said. "The fears are that the presence of the klan will attract vandalism, including people dumping trash to make the klan pick it up," Transportation Department spokesman Pieter Wykoff said Wednesday.
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February 17, 1995 | Associated Press
A Ku Klux Klan group will not be allowed to join the Adopt-a-Highway program because their participation could become a safety hazard, officials said. "The fears are that the presence of the klan will attract vandalism, including people dumping trash to make the klan pick it up," Transportation Department spokesman Pieter Wykoff said Wednesday.
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January 29, 1987 | Associated Press
Talks resumed Wednesday in a 7-week-old strike by drivers and mechanics against the Central Ohio Transit Authority.
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January 29, 1987 | Associated Press
Talks resumed Wednesday in a 7-week-old strike by drivers and mechanics against the Central Ohio Transit Authority.
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December 23, 2000 | From Associated Press
President-elect George W. Bush's transition team finally moved into its permanent, government-sponsored home in the General Services Administration building on Friday. Federal officials had denied the Bush team access to the office space for a month while Vice President Al Gore pushed for a recount of ballots in Florida. Since the election, the team had been cooped up in a small, temporary office in suburban McLean, Va., where the rent was paid with private funds, as allowed under federal law.
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May 1, 1985 | GEORGE RAMOS, Times Staff Writer
L.A. Taxi Co., touted just last year as the savior of Los Angeles' problem-plagued taxi industry, is in "very dire financial straits" with estimated losses of $1.3 million since beginning operations at the start of the Olympics, company officials said Tuesday. "It's highly unlikely that the company will turn a profit (under current conditions)," said Mitchell Rouse, operator of Wilmington Cab Co., a partner in the 247-cab L.A. Taxi fleet. "We are in very dire financial straits."
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