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December 5, 1985 | BOB POOL, Times Staff Writer
Topanga Canyon residents fighting over a proposed $100-million golf resort teed off against each other Wednesday before the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission. Planners postponed a decision on a series of zoning-change and development-permit applications for the 257-acre resort after residents debated whether the project would help or harm their canyon.
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December 8, 1985 | KENNETH J. FANUCCHI, Times Staff Writer
Topanga Canyon residents trying to stop the development of a $100-million resort at the northern mouth of the canyon have used everything from an Indian incantation to the Woody Guthrie folk song, "This Land Is My Land," in their campaign against the luxury complex. What they have not been able to do is have their experts testify against the project before the county Regional Planning Commission, which has conducted two hearings on the development and has scheduled a third March 3.
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September 2, 2001 | GREG GOLDIN, Greg Goldin is a Los Angeles writer
UCLA molecular biologist Robert B. Goldberg wants to understand in plants what stem-cell researchers want to understand in humans: How the undifferentiated molecules of a seed develop from nearly identical dabs into highly specialized plant parts. A decade ago, his pioneering process for turning off a plant's ability to pollinate led to new, higher-yielding hybrids.
BUSINESS
December 31, 1999 | PAUL JACOBS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Worldwide protests against genetically engineered crops are on the rise. America's trading partners are calling for labeling of foods that contain ingredients from genetically modified plants. Federal regulators are reexamining the rules for assuring the safety of biotech foods.
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