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November 6, 1991 | JOHN BALZAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A historic ballot proposition that would legalize euthanasia for the terminally ill of Washington state and a term-limit initiative both trailed in election returns Tuesday night and were projected to fail. The term-limit initiative sought a quick end to the careers of U.S. House Speaker Thomas S. Foley and a hundred other senior politicians in Washington state. With slightly more than half the vote counted, the initiative was trailing 53% to 47%, and the Associated Press predicted its defeat.
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November 6, 1991 | JOHN BALZAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A historic ballot proposition that would legalize euthanasia for the terminally ill of Washington state and a term-limit initiative both trailed in election returns Tuesday night and were projected to fail. The term-limit initiative sought a quick end to the careers of U.S. House Speaker Thomas S. Foley and a hundred other senior politicians in Washington state. With slightly more than half the vote counted, the initiative was trailing 53% to 47%, and the Associated Press predicted its defeat.
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June 25, 1991 | RHONDA HILLBERY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Come July, the "plastics police" could be out in force here, issuing fines to grocers and restaurants selling food and drink in the new contraband: plastic containers. A city ordinance to be enforced starting July 1 will impose some of the strictest packaging regulations in the nation. They will ban ubiquitous plastics such as sandwich "clamshells" and, eventually, plastic cups, deli containers and a whole host of throwaways.
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November 2, 1991 | RHONDA HILLBERY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A city ordinance banning discrimination against homosexuals faces a repeal vote Tuesday, the latest in a nationwide fight over gay rights legislation. The St. Paul law, enacted in June, 1990, by the City Council, bans discrimination against homosexuals in employment, housing, education and public services. Opponents succeeded in getting a repeal measure on the ballot, charging that the ordinance interferes with the rights of church and youth groups to hire whom they please.
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November 2, 1991 | RHONDA HILLBERY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A city ordinance banning discrimination against homosexuals faces a repeal vote Tuesday, the latest in a nationwide fight over gay rights legislation. The St. Paul law, enacted in June, 1990, by the City Council, bans discrimination against homosexuals in employment, housing, education and public services. Opponents succeeded in getting a repeal measure on the ballot, charging that the ordinance interferes with the rights of church and youth groups to hire whom they please.
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June 25, 1991 | RHONDA HILLBERY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Come July, the "plastics police" could be out in force here, issuing fines to grocers and restaurants selling food and drink in the new contraband: plastic containers. A city ordinance to be enforced starting July 1 will impose some of the strictest packaging regulations in the nation. They will ban ubiquitous plastics such as sandwich "clamshells" and, eventually, plastic cups, deli containers and a whole host of throwaways.
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