- Making News: Environmentalists Angry about Air Quality Plan
This is LA-s worst smog season in seven years, and tomorrow is the last chance for the public to get a word in at the Air Quality Management District. That's when the AQMD is set to vote on a plan that environmentalists say will do only 20 percent of the clean-up required by federal law. Dave Danelski, who reports on air pollution and transportation for the Riverside Press-Enterprise, says that there's as much finger-pointing as fixing.
- Reporter-s Notebook: A Crowded Ballot
It takes only 65 valid signatures and $3500 to run for Governor in California's October recall election. More than 160 would-be candidates have taken out papers and shown an -interest.- No one knows how many actually will end up on the ballot, but the mailboxes of political reporters tell an interesting story. The San Francisco Chronicle-s Carla Marinucci has more on the candidates, pending lawsuits and other curious constitutional issues.
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