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February 11, 1994 | JERRY GILLAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Secretary of State March Fong Eu, who has been nominated by President Clinton to be U.S. ambassador to Micronesia, announced Thursday that she is resigning and will go to Washington for Senate confirmation hearings. The resignation is effective next Thursday. Gov. Pete Wilson is not expected to appoint a replacement because of the short time before the election, which would make it difficult for an appointee to obtain state Senate and Assembly confirmation.
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October 23, 1998 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Senate left town this week without confirming two ambassadorial nominees from California to posts in Micronesia and Cambodia. Left off a last-minute confirmation list approved Wednesday were five-term state Sen. Diane Watson of Los Angeles and Kent M. Wiedemann of San Mateo. Watson, forced to give up her seat in Sacramento at the end of this year because of term limits, appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Sept. 25.
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October 23, 1998 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Senate left town this week without confirming two ambassadorial nominees from California to posts in Micronesia and Cambodia. Left off a last-minute confirmation list approved Wednesday were five-term state Sen. Diane Watson of Los Angeles and Kent M. Wiedemann of San Mateo. Watson, forced to give up her seat in Sacramento at the end of this year because of term limits, appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Sept. 25.
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February 11, 1994 | JERRY GILLAM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Secretary of State March Fong Eu, who has been nominated by President Clinton to be U.S. ambassador to Micronesia, announced Thursday that she is resigning and will go to Washington for Senate confirmation hearings. The resignation is effective next Thursday. Gov. Pete Wilson is not expected to appoint a replacement because of the short time before the election, which would make it difficult for an appointee to obtain state Senate and Assembly confirmation.
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