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In more recent news, the New York Post gossip column, Page Six, has retracted the claim it made in a December 28, 2006 column that Stephen Bing and Pamela Anderson had gone on "a dinner date from hell".  There was no such date, and Page Six regrets the error.<ref>http://www.nypost.com/seven/01152007/gossip/pagesix/no_such_date_pagesix_.htm</ref>
 
In more recent news, the New York Post gossip column, Page Six, has retracted the claim it made in a December 28, 2006 column that Stephen Bing and Pamela Anderson had gone on "a dinner date from hell".  There was no such date, and Page Six regrets the error.<ref>http://www.nypost.com/seven/01152007/gossip/pagesix/no_such_date_pagesix_.htm</ref>
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==Campaign Financial Involvement==
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In addition to the $50 million he donated to Prop 87, Bing also was a donor to:
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:*[[California Proposition 57 (2004)|Proposition 57]].
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Revision as of 22:55, 30 August 2007

Stephen Bing is a real estate heir. He was a major donor to California's Prop 87 in 2006. According to the Los Angeles Times, the approximately $50 million that Bing spent on that failed initiative was "the biggest single personal investment in a ballot proposition in state history."[1]

In more recent news, the New York Post gossip column, Page Six, has retracted the claim it made in a December 28, 2006 column that Stephen Bing and Pamela Anderson had gone on "a dinner date from hell". There was no such date, and Page Six regrets the error.[2]

Campaign Financial Involvement

In addition to the $50 million he donated to Prop 87, Bing also was a donor to:

Notes

  1. http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/politicalmuscle/2007/02/stephen_bings_n.html
  2. http://www.nypost.com/seven/01152007/gossip/pagesix/no_such_date_pagesix_.htm

External links

Wikipedia on Stephen Bing

IMDB overview of Bing's career in film