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December 6, 1990 | WILLIAM J. EATON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In one of the biggest shake-ups since the "Watergate Congress" of 1974 dumped several key committee heads, House Democrats Wednesday toppled two senior committee chairmen accused of being ineffectual and out of touch with rank-and-file members. Rep. Glenn M. Anderson (D-San Pedro), the 77-year-old chairman of the Public Works and Transportation Committee who championed development of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, was rejected by a 152-100 vote of the Democratic Caucus. Rep. Robert A.
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December 6, 1990 | WILLIAM J. EATON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In one of the biggest shake-ups since the "Watergate Congress" of 1974 dumped several key committee heads, House Democrats Wednesday toppled two senior committee chairmen accused of being ineffectual and out of touch with rank-and-file members. Rep. Glenn M. Anderson (D-San Pedro), the 77-year-old chairman of the Public Works and Transportation Committee who championed development of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, was rejected by a 152-100 vote of the Democratic Caucus. Rep. Robert A.
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April 13, 1992 | From The Times Washington staff
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY: California will be the beneficiary if a much anticipated fight over the chairmanship of the powerful House Public Works and Transportation Committee fails to materialize. The panel oversees aviation, the federal highway system, water projects, building construction and other major programs. . . . By most accounts, Rep. Norman Y.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1990
Technology Leadership By a vote of 327 to 93, the House sent to the Senate a bill (HR 4329) authorizing nearly $1 billion over three years for programs to keep America a leader in technology. The bill reauthorized the National Institute of Standards and Technology, which regulates weights and measures and funded government research to benefit specific enterprises such as steel.
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July 19, 1990
By a vote of 327 to 93, the House sent to the Senate a bill (HR 4329) authorizing nearly $1 billion over three years for programs to keep America a leader in technology. The bill reauthorized the National Institute of Standards and Technology, which regulates weights and measures, and funded government research to benefit specific enterprises such as steel.
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