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September 24, 1996 | Associated Press
Differing with her father on the abortion issue, Robin Dole said Monday she believes that the matter "belongs outside of politics" and should be "a very personal, individual decision." GOP presidential nominee Bob Dole supports a constitutional amendment to outlaw abortion, except in cases of rape, incest or to save the life of the mother. "It's a terrible choice for any child or any woman to ever have to make," Robin Dole said. "But I think it belongs outside of politics. . . .
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May 27, 1991 | JAMES BATES
Century 21, whose motto is "It's as good as done," has found that getting things done can be daunting when the impenetrable Soviet bureaucracy gets involved. The Irvine real estate chain dumped its trademark bright-gold blazers earlier this year for less conspicuous camel-shaded ones. The 80,000 or so gold jackets were to be collected from its real estate agents and shipped to the needy in Soviet Armenia. Why Armenia?
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July 23, 1996 | MARIA L. La GANGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He gave away his first congressional pension check--$6,650 for one month's retirement--and blew out far too few candles, but it was the thought that counted Monday as Bob Dole celebrated his 73rd birthday with a four-cake campaign swing that ended here in his hometown. Dole and his wife, Elizabeth, started the day with a "reverse" birthday party at Sarah's Circle, a Washington senior center named for the biblical figure who was said to have given birth for the first time at age 91.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 9, 1996 | Jerry Hicks
Jennifer Keller was never supposed to be president of the Orange County Bar Assn. Jennifer Keller was anti-establishment. She was a former deputy public defender who wasn't backward about giving district attorney lawyers a thump on the head in the media. Just hearing her name could give Sheriff Brad Gates indigestion; she'd thumped him a few times too, over jail issues. So when Keller decided to go after a spot among the county's legal hierarchy in 1992, she did it her way.
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March 30, 1988 | CATHLEEN DECKER, Times Staff Writer
Surrounded by colleagues and supporters, Kansas Sen. Bob Dole formally bowed out of the Republican presidential race Tuesday after a week of uncertainty, his public pride undiminished as he surrendered to Vice President George Bush's inevitable nomination. "I don't like to lose. I make no apology for that," declared the normally combative Dole, his voice firm and absent of bitterness. "I have been beaten before and no doubt will again, but I have never been defeated--and never will be."
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July 22, 1995 | JACK NELSON, TIMES WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF
One day last fall, as he contemplated his third and probably final bid for the White House, Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole (R-Kan.) asked longtime political strategist Lyn Nofziger whether age would be an issue in the 1996 presidential campaign. "If I were your opponent's adviser it would be," said Nofziger, with typical candor. "Well," Dole told Nofziger with a wry smile, "we're going to be talking a lot about maturity."
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