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December 12, 1994 | TRACY WEBER and CYNTHIA CRAFT and RENE LYNCH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Less than a week after Orange County filed for bankruptcy, top officials from three county school districts said Sunday that they will run out of money by March at the latest unless they can withdraw cash from the now-frozen county investment pool.
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December 12, 1994 | TRACY WEBER and CYNTHIA CRAFT and RENE LYNCH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Less than a week after Orange County filed for bankruptcy, top officials from three county school districts said Sunday that they will run out of money by March at the latest unless they can withdraw cash from the now-frozen county investment pool.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1990 | Researched by: KATHIE BOZANICH / Los Angeles Times
College Enrollment Schools/ Fall, Fall, % Districts 1980 1990 Change FOUR-YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Cal State Fullerton 22,470 25,602 +13.9 Chapman College 1,202 1,489 +23.9 Christ College 159 515 +223.9 Southern California College 705 868 +23.1 UC Irvine 7,721 13,682 +77.2 COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTS Coast 70,202* 53,873 -23.3 North Orange County 63,915* 35,392 -44.6 Rancho Santiago 33,277* 39,272 +18.0 Saddleback 26,781* 30,743 +14.
OPINION
February 16, 2005
Re "Gov. Calls Democrats 'Addicts,' " Feb. 12: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger reminds me of a name-calling schoolyard bully. He seems to believe that by calling his opponents names (addicts, special interests and "girlie men") he can intimidate them into doing what he wants. I am not intimidated, and I will stoop to playing the governor's name-calling game so that the governor can have a taste of his own medicine. No, on second thought, I will not. To resolve our problems, we Californians must cooperate, debate and, ultimately, compromise.
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