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By Barbara Diamond | September 4, 2009
A federal judge Friday denied a request by anti-abortion plaintiffs to require the city to allow the use of an amplified bullhorn at times and places that violated local law to ?communicate the Gospel and a pro-life message.? The preliminary injunction requested by plaintiffs Steven Klein, Howard Putnam and Glen Biondi would have prevented the city from enforcing its noise ordinance. The ordinance bans the use of amplified sound equipment within 100 yards of schools, hospitals, churches, courthouses and City Hall when the facilities are in use, and for 30 minutes before and after use. ?
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By Bryce Alderton | November 29, 2013
Laguna Beach does not have to pay $1.9 million to attorneys for three men who sought to project anti-abortion messages around the city, a federal court has ruled. U.S. District Court Judge Cormac Carney denied a motion from Steve Klein, Howard Putnam and Glen Biondi that claimed the city owed them attorney fees, according to a Nov. 19 opinion issued in Santa Ana. The three men filed a complaint and applied for a temporary restraining order in December 2008 after the city denied their request for a permit to use amplified sound outside of Laguna Beach High School.
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September 18, 2009
Did you know that folks working at a minimum wage or on unemployment are paying taxes that pay for social security, Medicare, veterans benefits (there are plenty of them collecting benefits even if they had desk jobs and never were in the line of fire) and for the bonuses and perks being paid to the idiots who caused the Wall Street debacle and ran companies into the ground with their excessive salaries and perks? There are folks whose employers don?t provide health-care benefits, or even if their employers did, they cannot afford to buy it for themselves or their children.
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By Jim Rue | August 21, 2008
Editor’s note: Laguna Beach resident Jim Rue attended the Presidential Civil Forum Aug. 16 for the Coastline Pilot. Here is his story.   I arrived at the Saddleback Church on foot, having parked in a shopping center nearby. A friend volunteering at the event had suggested that would work most smoothly for me. But when I explained to the policeman at the main entrance that I was headed to the media credentialing center to pick up a press pass, he shrugged.
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By Cindy Frazier | January 26, 2012
It's one of the worst moments a driver can face. The flashing lights, sirens and the bullhorn ordering you to "pull over. " And why does this always happen to me around Christmas? "License, registration and proof of insurance," the officer deadpanned, scanning the interior of my car with world-weary eyes — looking for contraband, no doubt. "What did I allegedly do, officer?" I said politely, opening the glove box to procure the items. I just had to throw in "allegedly.
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By Bryce Alderton | November 29, 2013
Laguna Beach does not have to pay $1.9 million to attorneys for three men who sought to project anti-abortion messages around the city, a federal court has ruled. U.S. District Court Judge Cormac Carney denied a motion from Steve Klein, Howard Putnam and Glen Biondi that claimed the city owed them attorney fees, according to a Nov. 19 opinion issued in Santa Ana. The three men filed a complaint and applied for a temporary restraining order in December 2008 after the city denied their request for a permit to use amplified sound outside of Laguna Beach High School.
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By Barbara Diamond | September 4, 2009
A federal judge Friday denied a request by anti-abortion plaintiffs to require the city to allow the use of an amplified bullhorn at times and places that violated local law to ?communicate the Gospel and a pro-life message.? The preliminary injunction requested by plaintiffs Steven Klein, Howard Putnam and Glen Biondi would have prevented the city from enforcing its noise ordinance. The ordinance bans the use of amplified sound equipment within 100 yards of schools, hospitals, churches, courthouses and City Hall when the facilities are in use, and for 30 minutes before and after use. ?
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