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  • McDonald's fights try for paid health insurance

    A battle is gearing up in California to determine if companies will be forced to pay for workers' health insurance. A law requiring many employers to pay at least 80 percent of workers' premiums will go into effect unless voters strike it down in...
  • As filming leaves, so do benefits for taxpayers

    California loses more than $10 million in tax revenue when a larger-budget movie costing about $70 million is made elsewhere. A mid-size film, costing about $32 million, shot out of state means about $4 million in lost taxes. For a 12-episode drama,...
  • Convention Blog Watch

    Wednesday, Sept. 1 | 3:15 p.m PDT Slantpoint found former Wyoming Sen. Alan Simpson unsympathetic to claims that New York City is shortchanged in favor of states like Wyoming when it comes to terror funding. Simpson noted that Wyoming has 98,000 square...
  • Sept. 30 California Recall Debate Canceled

    The Sept. 30 debate announced by the Los Angeles Times and CNN has been canceled. We invited Gov. Gray Davis and the three leading candidates who achieved the support of at least 10 percent of the voters in Los Angeles Times or Field polls. Lt. Gov....
  • Los Angeles Times and CNN to Co-Sponsor California Recall Debate

    LOS ANGELES, Aug. 27, 2003 – The Los Angeles Times and CNN announced today that they will jointly sponsor a debate among the major candidates running for governor in California’s recall campaign. The debate will be held in Los Angeles on...
  • Business leaders urge gas tax rise

    Maryland business leaders are growing concerned that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. will not propose an increase in the gasoline tax -- a measure they consider vital to meeting the state's transportation needs. The governor won't say what he intends to do on...
  • The Times' 128-year history

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  • State Begins Accepting Gays' Domestic Partner Sign-Ups

    Citing reasons financial, emotional and political, hundreds of gays and lesbians around California took advantage of a new law Monday and began the process of registering with the state as domestic partners. To some it seemed a giant step, to others a...
  • Bill Expanding Domestic Partners' Rights Signed

    Gov. Gray Davis' decision to sign a bill substantially expanding rights for gays and lesbians in domestic partnerships will place California at the forefront of efforts to give same-sex couples the benefits and protections of traditional marriage,...
  • Domestic Partners Law Expands Gay Rights

    Gov. Gray Davis on Friday signed a bill that will give domestic partners in California many of the legal rights and obligations of married couples in matters involving children, money and property -- a measure that gays and lesbians hailed as a historic...
  • Ban on Gay Marriages Wins in All Regions but Bay Area

    Californians on Tuesday declared that marriage should remain reserved for couples of the opposite sex, approving a ballot measure that denies gays access to an institution many covet in their quest for full equality. Proposition 22 triumphed in all...