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September 9, 1988
The House overwhelmingly approved a compromise Interior-Forest Service spending bill that would prevent the Reagan Administration from selling oil leases off the coasts of three states. The $9.9-billion fiscal 1989 appropriations bill, sent to the Senate by a 359-45 vote, is drawing veto threats because of the oil-leasing issue and several other provisions.
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NEWS
September 9, 1988
The House overwhelmingly approved a compromise Interior-Forest Service spending bill that would prevent the Reagan Administration from selling oil leases off the coasts of three states. The $9.9-billion fiscal 1989 appropriations bill, sent to the Senate by a 359-45 vote, is drawing veto threats because of the oil-leasing issue and several other provisions.
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October 2, 1990 | JOHN LAIDLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The cold weather has not set in, but already Catherine Cohane has begun to worry over the cost of heating her home this winter. "I'm just dreading my first oil bill," said Cohane, during a recent trip to a suburban shopping mall here, 20 miles north of Boston. Her fears are common in New England, where prices for home heating oil have soared by 42% in less than a month in response to the gulf crisis.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1988 | MIKE WARD, Times Staff Writer
A company that was founded by a member of the Kennedy family a decade ago to supply low-cost heating oil to the poor in Massachusetts will begin this winter helping Pasadena residents pay overdue electric bills during financial hardships. The nonprofit Citizens Energy Corp.
NATIONAL
February 25, 2004 | Eric Slater, Times staff writer
California drivers consume more fossil fuel than those in any other state, though many oppose oil drilling off their coastline even as they call for less dependence on foreign oil. The state's largest city, Los Angeles, has its own mountain ranges. But the Santa Monica Bay -- which is considerably cleaner than it was two decades ago -- remains so badly polluted that some beaches regularly post signs warning of dangerously high bacteria levels. As Democratic presidential candidates John F.
NEWS
December 4, 1988 | MIKE WARD, Times Staff Writer
A company that was founded by a member of the Kennedy family a decade ago to supply low-cost heating oil to the poor in Massachusetts will begin next month helping Pasadena residents pay their overdue electric bills during financial hardships. The nonprofit Citizens Energy Corp.
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December 8, 1988 | MIKE WARD, Times Staff Writer
A company that was founded by a member of the Kennedy family a decade ago to supply low-cost heating oil to the poor in Massachusetts will begin next month helping Pasadena residents pay their overdue electric bills during financial hardships. The nonprofit Citizens Energy Corp.
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