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September 25, 1997 | SHELBY GRAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County asked a Los Angeles Superior Court judge late Wednesday to halt proceedings in its dispute with county judges over court funding, saying that recently passed state legislation makes the legal battle moot. The new law, which the legislature passed two weeks ago, shifts some of the responsibility for court funding from the county to the state. Officials are still reviewing the law, but it appears the state could pick up as much as 30% of the funding now provided by the county.
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September 25, 1997 | SHELBY GRAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County asked a Los Angeles Superior Court judge late Wednesday to halt proceedings in its dispute with county judges over court funding, saying that recently passed state legislation makes the legal battle moot. The new law, which the legislature passed two weeks ago, shifts some of the responsibility for court funding from the county to the state. Officials are still reviewing the law, but it appears the state could pick up as much as 30% of the funding now provided by the county.
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January 6, 1989 | DAVE LESHER, Times Staff Writer
In a big boost for the county's troubled finances, administrators said Thursday that they have concluded difficult negotiations with Municipal Court judges about joining a new state program that should add at least $9 million to the county's general fund. The new bailout is significant, but if the government does not find at least another $12 million by Jan.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 6, 1989 | DAVE LESHER, Times Staff Writer
In a big boost for the county's troubled finances, administrators said Thursday that they have concluded difficult negotiations with Municipal Court judges about joining a new state program that should add at least $9 million to the county's general fund. The new bailout is significant, but if the government does not find at least another $12 million by Jan.
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