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October 16, 2002 | Catherine Saillant, Times Staff Writer
Former Vice President Al Gore and environmental leader Robert F. Kennedy Jr. personally lobbied a Ventura County supervisor this week over the proposed 3,500-home Ahmanson Ranch project -- an unusual intervention that demonstrates a growing level of national interest in the debate over preserving the rolling grasslands west of the San Fernando Valley.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 2004 | Miguel Bustillo, Times Staff Writer
Seven years ago, Laurie David was invited to a small breakfast at a Westside hotel with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a charismatic attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council. She went in a casual conservationist who yelled at litterbugs -- and emerged a fiery environmentalist who wanted to devote her life to preserving the planet.
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January 14, 2004 | Elizabeth Jensen
Progress Media, a start-up liberal radio network, has begun adding to its programming lineup, although it only just announced its first distribution deal, on an AM station in Chicago. No Los Angeles or New York stations have yet been signed. The network said Tuesday that it has finalized its long-discussed deal with comedian Al Franken, who will host a weekday show when the service gets underway later this year. In addition, lawyer and activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 14, 2004 | Elizabeth Jensen
Progress Media, a start-up liberal radio network, has begun adding to its programming lineup, although it only just announced its first distribution deal, on an AM station in Chicago. No Los Angeles or New York stations have yet been signed. The network said Tuesday that it has finalized its long-discussed deal with comedian Al Franken, who will host a weekday show when the service gets underway later this year. In addition, lawyer and activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
NEWS
April 18, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said he would sue the Navy for allegedly polluting Vieques island in Puerto Rico, as he joined the campaign to shut down a Navy bombing range on the island. Kennedy, a senior counsel for the New York-based Natural Resources Defense Council, accused the Navy of breaking environmental laws in a way it never would on the mainland. "I don't believe that the Navy could behave the way it has been behaving in Vieques in any of the other 50 states.
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May 3, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was hospitalized overnight for an irregular heartbeat, a spokeswoman said. Kennedy, 47, was released from Swedish Medical Center on Wednesday morning, said hospital spokeswoman Melissa Tizon. He was in Seattle for a speech. The hospital said Kennedy was admitted with a condition known as atrial fibrillation, which can occur in otherwise healthy adults. The condition can lead to a stroke. Symptoms include fatigue and dizziness.
NEWS
June 9, 1987 | Associated Press
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a staff attorney for the Hudson River Fisherman's Assn., has become the first recipient of a master's degree in environmental law from Pace University School of Law. Kennedy, 33, the son of the late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, received the degree Sunday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 2004 | Miguel Bustillo, Times Staff Writer
Seven years ago, Laurie David was invited to a small breakfast at a Westside hotel with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a charismatic attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council. She went in a casual conservationist who yelled at litterbugs -- and emerged a fiery environmentalist who wanted to devote her life to preserving the planet.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 2002 | From Associated Press
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. urged consumers Saturday to buy organically grown and raised food to promote clean water and support family farms. Kennedy, president of the Waterkeeper Alliance, launched the Pure Farms-Pure Water campaign at the Health & Harmony Festival, along with George Siemon of Organic Valley, a national brand owned by a number of organic farmers across the country. Kennedy said many small family farms are turning to organic farming to stay alive.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 2002 | Catherine Saillant, Times Staff Writer
Former Vice President Al Gore and environmental leader Robert F. Kennedy Jr. personally lobbied a Ventura County supervisor this week over the proposed 3,500-home Ahmanson Ranch project -- an unusual intervention that demonstrates a growing level of national interest in the debate over preserving the rolling grasslands west of the San Fernando Valley.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 2002 | From Associated Press
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. urged consumers Saturday to buy organically grown and raised food to promote clean water and support family farms. Kennedy, president of the Waterkeeper Alliance, launched the Pure Farms-Pure Water campaign at the Health & Harmony Festival, along with George Siemon of Organic Valley, a national brand owned by a number of organic farmers across the country. Kennedy said many small family farms are turning to organic farming to stay alive.
NEWS
May 3, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was hospitalized overnight for an irregular heartbeat, a spokeswoman said. Kennedy, 47, was released from Swedish Medical Center on Wednesday morning, said hospital spokeswoman Melissa Tizon. He was in Seattle for a speech. The hospital said Kennedy was admitted with a condition known as atrial fibrillation, which can occur in otherwise healthy adults. The condition can lead to a stroke. Symptoms include fatigue and dizziness.
NEWS
April 18, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said he would sue the Navy for allegedly polluting Vieques island in Puerto Rico, as he joined the campaign to shut down a Navy bombing range on the island. Kennedy, a senior counsel for the New York-based Natural Resources Defense Council, accused the Navy of breaking environmental laws in a way it never would on the mainland. "I don't believe that the Navy could behave the way it has been behaving in Vieques in any of the other 50 states.
NEWS
June 9, 1987 | Associated Press
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a staff attorney for the Hudson River Fisherman's Assn., has become the first recipient of a master's degree in environmental law from Pace University School of Law. Kennedy, 33, the son of the late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, received the degree Sunday.
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