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March 23, 1988
Irvine police said they are investigating allegations that TV evangelist Richard Hogue may have misappropriated church money while pastor of Metrochurch, the Irvine church he quit abruptly last week on the eve of its first anniversary. Former members said his resignation probably spells the end of the charismatic, nondenominational Pentecostal church, whose membership peaked at 1,400 last summer. Efforts to reach Hogue were unsuccessful.
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March 23, 1988
Irvine police said they are investigating allegations that TV evangelist Richard Hogue may have misappropriated church money while pastor of Metrochurch, the Irvine church he quit abruptly last week on the eve of its first anniversary. Former members said his resignation probably spells the end of the charismatic, nondenominational Pentecostal church, whose membership peaked at 1,400 last summer. Efforts to reach Hogue were unsuccessful.
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June 16, 1991
The article "Bare-Bones Health Insurance Criticized" (June 3) reported the efforts of the advocacy group Families USA Foundation to curtail the marketing of high-deductible health insurance policies. Health insurance policy cost-sharing features such as deductibles and co-insurance provisions encourage the insured to use medical services more prudently. The $5,000-deductible policy decried by the lobbying group is nothing more than an extension of this principle. The average person will consume fewer health-care services if they are covered under these high-deductible policies.
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March 22, 1988 | LYNN SMITH, Times Staff Writer
Irvine police said Monday they are investigating allegations that TV evangelist Richard Hogue may have misappropriated church money while pastor of Metrochurch, the Irvine church that he quit abruptly last week on the eve of its first anniversary. A day earlier, Hogue's resignation was announced before several hundred members of his congregation.
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