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April 8, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
The Orange County division of the League of California Cities will vote this week on a resolution aimed at punishing San Francisco for declaring itself a sanctuary for conscientious objectors during the Persian Gulf War. The resolution, which the division membership will consider at its meeting Thursday, would recommend that the statewide League of California Cities change the site of its October conference, now scheduled to be held in San Francisco.
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May 17, 1991 | CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like scores of other military parades planned for Armed Forces Day on Saturday, the one curving along this city's waterfront will see cheering crowds, bands marching over frills of confetti and aircraft thundering overhead. Behind the scenes, however, a streak of contention sets this event apart from others. Bad feelings linger from a sanctuary measure the Board of Supervisors passed in January to protect conscientious war objectors, and threats of protests overshadow the festivities.
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NEWS
May 17, 1991 | CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like scores of other military parades planned for Armed Forces Day on Saturday, the one curving along this city's waterfront will see cheering crowds, bands marching over frills of confetti and aircraft thundering overhead. Behind the scenes, however, a streak of contention sets this event apart from others. Bad feelings linger from a sanctuary measure the Board of Supervisors passed in January to protect conscientious war objectors, and threats of protests overshadow the festivities.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
The Orange County division of the League of California Cities will vote this week on a resolution aimed at punishing San Francisco for declaring itself a sanctuary for conscientious objectors during the Persian Gulf War. The resolution, which the division membership will consider at its meeting Thursday, would recommend that the statewide League of California Cities change the site of its October conference, now scheduled to be held in San Francisco.
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