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July 15, 1989 | FRANK CLIFFORD, Times Staff Writer
Public officials throughout California have condemned a U.S. Senate vote Thursday to exclude illegal aliens from the 1990 census, saying the action will shortchange California in Congress and possibly deprive the state of millions of dollars of federal aid for medical emergency services and other programs for poor people. "I think it's an outrageous piece of legislation and probably unconstitutional," Assemblyman Peter Chacon said Friday.
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July 15, 1989 | FRANK CLIFFORD, Times Staff Writer
Public officials throughout California have condemned a U.S. Senate vote Thursday to exclude illegal aliens from the 1990 census, saying the action will shortchange California in Congress and possibly deprive the state of millions of dollars of federal aid for medical emergency services and other programs for poor people. "I think it's an outrageous piece of legislation and probably unconstitutional," Assemblyman Peter Chacon said Friday.
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Michelle Wie took another step Wednesday toward a possible Masters invitation. Wie made a 15-foot birdie putt on the final hole to edge Will Claxton, 1-up, in her first match at the men's Amateur Public Links at Lebanon, Ohio. "I'm very relieved I got through today," Wie said. "It was really tough out there. It felt good after I made that putt. I have a lot more days to go, so hopefully I can keep that trend going."
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