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September 19, 1989
Ending an eleventh-hour political and legal drama that threatened to postpone San Diego's City Council elections, the city and the Chicano Federation reached an out-of-court settlement of the federation's lawsuit, thus allowing the first district-only council election since the City Charter was adopted in 1931. U.S. District Judge John S. Rhoades tentatively accepted a settlement of the class-action suit aimed at increasing the council's size and altering the way district boundaries are drawn.
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NEWS
September 19, 1989
Ending an eleventh-hour political and legal drama that threatened to postpone San Diego's City Council elections, the city and the Chicano Federation reached an out-of-court settlement of the federation's lawsuit, thus allowing the first district-only council election since the City Charter was adopted in 1931. U.S. District Judge John S. Rhoades tentatively accepted a settlement of the class-action suit aimed at increasing the council's size and altering the way district boundaries are drawn.
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February 17, 1991 | BARRY M. HORSTMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Probably no one has kept a closer--and possibly more envious--eye on the rapid congressional celebrity achieved by new Rep. Randall (Duke) Cunningham than the man whom he unseated last November, former Rep. Jim Bates. Six weeks into a forced political retirement, Bates finds himself at a personal and professional crossroads, with a new career that has him dividing time between here and San Diego even as he contemplates a possible comeback bid for his old job.
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