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March 24, 1991 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Castrate repeat rapists. Prohibit photographic radar machines that anonymously record speeders. Give greater peace of mind to adoptive parents. These are just some of the ideas that Orange County legislators say they would like to see become law during the 1991-92 session. In all, the delegation of eight Assembly members and five senators introduced 331 bills this year, almost 10% of the 3,481 measures that will undergo scrutiny before the Legislature shuts down in mid-September.
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July 5, 1991 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While most Orange County lawmakers have held the line on taxes, two moderates--Sen. Marian Bergeson (R-Newport Beach) and Assemblyman Robert C. Frazee (R-Carlsbad)--have broken ranks and voted for major tax increases during the state's current fiscal crisis. Of the 11 members in the delegation, Bergeson so far has voted for the greatest number of tax increases as the Legislature and Gov. Pete Wilson have tried to pull the state out of a monumental $14.3-billion budget abyss.
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July 5, 1991 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While most Orange County lawmakers have held the line on taxes, two moderates--Sen. Marian Bergeson (R-Newport Beach) and Assemblyman Robert C. Frazee (R-Carlsbad)--have broken ranks and voted for major tax increases during the state's current fiscal crisis. Of the 11 members in the delegation, Bergeson so far has voted for the greatest number of tax increases as the Legislature and Gov. Pete Wilson have tried to pull the state out of a monumental $14.3-billion budget abyss.
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March 24, 1991 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Castrate repeat rapists. Prohibit photographic radar machines that anonymously record speeders. Give greater peace of mind to adoptive parents. These are just some of the ideas that Orange County legislators say they would like to see become law during the 1991-92 session. In all, the delegation of eight Assembly members and five senators introduced 331 bills this year, almost 10% of the 3,481 measures that will undergo scrutiny before the Legislature shuts down in mid-September.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1989
Here are the bills and resolutions sponsored by Orange County legislators in 1989. The list includes only those measures passed by the Legislature, then subsequently signed into law or vetoed by the governor in 1989. Those vetoed are so noted. Assemblywoman Doris Allen (R-Cypress) Bills introduced: 38 Legislature approved: 7 (18%) Governor signed: 6 Bills Passed FISH AND GAME--Requires all sport hunters and fishermen to have their licenses in their immediate possession.
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January 15, 1989 | United Press International
Assembly Speaker Willie Brown (D-San Francisco), seeking to blunt criticism of the Legislature after an FBI corruption investigation, announced Friday the appointments of an Ethics Committee. The committee consists of five Democrats and three Republicans. It will be headed by Assemblyman John Vasconcellos (D-Santa Clara), who also is chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. Besides Vasconcellos, the Democrats on the committee are Elihu M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1991 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Assembly on Monday voted 55 to 14 to pass a bill sponsored by Assemblyman Robert C. Frazee (R-Carlsbad) to close the Aliso Creek rest stop on Interstate 5. Frazee said he wants to close the rest stop, located 5 miles north of Oceanside, because of complaints that it is a magnet for crime and a gathering place for illegal aliens hoping to slip past the San Onofre border checkpoint a few miles north.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 5, 1985
Orange County Supervisor Bruce Nestande, a Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, raised more than $225,000 at a fund-raiser that drew 740 people to the Irvine Hilton hotel on Wednesday night. It was Nestande's largest fund-raiser to date in his statewide campaign, which began June 4. Nestande said he expects to raise $400,000 by Jan. 1 and $1.5 million by June. "I feel prepared to run," Nestande said. He said that he supports Gov.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 1, 1986 | Gordon Grant \f7
Two south county men will receive top awards from the El Camino Real District, Boy Scouts of America, at the annual "Catch the Scouting Spirit" reception July 11. They are Leo Fessenden of San Clemente, who has been active in Scout affairs for more than 50 years, and Shig Kinoshita, a San Juan Capistrano farmer who has been a Cubmaster and worked on a number of the district's sustaining membership committees. Rep. Ron Packard (R-Carlsbad) is expected to be guest of honor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1989
Here are the bills and resolutions sponsored by Orange County legislators in 1989. The list includes only those measures passed by the Legislature, then subsequently signed into law or vetoed by the governor in 1989. Those vetoed are so noted. Assemblywoman Doris Allen (R-Cypress) Bills introduced: 38 Legislature approved: 7 (18%) Governor signed: 6 Bills Passed FISH AND GAME--Requires all sport hunters and fishermen to have their licenses in their immediate possession.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1987 | From a Times Staff Writer
By a vote of 63 to 0, the Assembly adopted a resolution Thursday calling for a congressional ban on federal contracts with Japan's Toshiba Corp., which has a plant in Irvine, because of the giant conglomerate's sale of sensitive defense industry technology to the Soviet Union. The sale involved eight metal-working machines and specialized computers enabling the Soviet Union to make quiet submarine propellers that make detection with undersea listening devices more difficult.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1987
A Seal Beach restaurateur who also owns a vineyard will be able to sell his own wine to dining customers under a bill signed Friday by Governor George Deukmejian. Walter Babcock, owner of Walt's Wharf on Main Street as well as Babcock Vineyards in Santa Barbara County, is the beneficiary of the special legislation introduced by Assemblyman Dennis Brown (R-Signal Hill).
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