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August 3, 1995 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote today on a bill that would repeal baseball's antitrust exemption as it applies to labor relations between the owners and players. Acting Commissioner Bud Selig said he anticipated a vote but could not predict the outcome. "It's one committee, and any bill would still have a long way to go," Selig said, referring to required approval by both houses of Congress.
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April 12, 1993 | BILL PRESS, Commentator Press was elected this month to head the California Democratic Party. and
Howard Rosenberg: Get thee to a shrink! In last Monday's Times, Rosenberg first says I'm the best commentator in L.A. Then he says I should be fired, just because I was elected chair of the California Democratic Party ("To Stay or Not to Stay at KCOP?," Calendar, April 5). Is that schizophrenic, or what? What's wrong with my being chair of the Democratic Party and a TV news commentator at the same time, Howard? Are you afraid my bias will show? Where have you been for the last 12 years?
NEWS
November 2, 1989 | JACK SMITH
Doublespeak is not language. It is anti-language. The purpose of language is to transfer a truth from one mind to another; the purpose of doublespeak is to transfer a falsehood disguised as a truth. In "Doublespeak" (Harper & Row), William Lutz undertakes to define, analyze and document the term, observing at the outset that it has nothing to do with bad grammar or syntax. "It is instead a very conscious use of language as a weapon or tool by those in power to achieve their ends at our expense.
BUSINESS
April 9, 1991 | JOHN LIPPMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Federal Communications Commission rejected a last-minute lobbying effort Monday from several politicians and a group of Hollywood producers to delay again a controversial vote on regulations governing the lucrative TV rerun market. Three U.S. senators and five U.S. representatives from California sent letters to FCC Chairman Alfred C. Sikes asking him to postpone the vote to allow more time for members to consider a revised proposal that would give the networks a greater share of the $4.
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August 15, 1999 | RONALD BROWNSTEIN and MARK Z. BARABAK, TIMES POLITICAL WRITERS
Texas Gov. George W. Bush won a fiercely contested Republican straw poll here Saturday night, a result that did more to reaffirm than reshape the GOP presidential race. No delegates were at stake in the mock election. But the symbolic contest became a closely watched test of early strength for the frenzied GOP field, drawing 23,685 voters who lined up seven deep to cast ballots in the Iowa State University basketball arena.
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