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September 21, 1994 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Board of Supervisors here voted Tuesday to declare a state of emergency due to the high cost of illegal immigration and to demand that President Clinton show the same concern for California as he has for Florida in repelling illegal immigrants. "The President darn well better stop treating California as a second-class citizen or he can kiss his reelection goodby," said Supervisor Brian Bilbray, who sponsored the declaration.
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September 21, 1994 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Board of Supervisors here voted Tuesday to declare a state of emergency due to the high cost of illegal immigration and to demand that President Clinton show the same concern for California as he has for Florida in repelling illegal immigrants. "The President darn well better stop treating California as a second-class citizen or he can kiss his reelection goodby," said Supervisor Brian Bilbray, who sponsored the declaration.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1989
The City Council on Monday will discuss the proposed relocation of the San Onofre border checkpoint station--an issue that has long concerned Dana Point's neighboring city of San Clemente. An item on the council's agenda calls for discussion and passage of a resolution urging Congress to appropriate money for a new checkpoint station about five miles farther south in San Diego County than the existing checkpoint. San Clemente city officials have for years called for moving the checkpoint.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 1989 | FRANK MESSINA
The City Council voted unanimously Monday to back the proposed relocation of the San Onofre immigration checkpoint on Interstate 5. Calling the present site outdated and inadequate, the council voted to send a letter to South County state legislators and congressmen in support of a $30-million expansion of the checkpoint, now under consideration by Congress. Under the proposal, the checkpoint--a few miles south of San Clemente--would be moved to a spot five miles deeper into San Diego County.
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