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Poll: Death penalty repeal narrowly backed: Proposition 62, the initiative to repeal the death penalty in California and replace it with life in prison without the possibility of parole, is narrowly supported by likely voters. The latest Field-IGS Poll finds 48% of likely voters saying they intend to vote Yes when presented with the offici...
A parent’s case against fracking: As a father, there is nothing that I wouldn’t do to protect my children. That’s why last year, I filed a suit against the state of California and Governor Brown for discriminating against Latino youth by permitting fracking wells disproportionately close to their schools. My family knows firsthan...
Energy efficiency, cost effectiveness can go together: When my partners and I started ReGreen in 2008, we wanted to prove that renewable energy and energy efficiency could be cost-effective for businesses. Over the years, we’ve demonstrated significant savings to our clients and created over 100 competitive wage jobs in Los Angeles County. All of thi...
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How will Jerry Brown act on sexual assault, juvenile confinement bills?: Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday signed legislation granting legal protections to Californians who smash car windows to rescue sweltering animals. But coming up on his Sept. 30 deadline to act … Click to Continue »
Death penalty is dying across America. Will California save it?: The last inmate executed in California was 76-year-old Clarence Ray Allen, legally blind and suffering from diabetes, who had his heart stopped with a lethal chemical cocktail as punishment for … Click to Continue »
As Clinton focuses on debate, Trump says he'd champion women: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is arguing that he'll do more to help women from the White House than Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. At the same time, he's taunting her … Click to Continue »
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A new look for L.A.'s trendy Arts District: Good morning. It is Saturday, Sept. 24. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES A new downtown: There’s an audacious plan that would further expand the downtown L.A. skyline. Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron would build a massive, 14.5-acre mixed compl...
L.A. River project comes with $250-million price tag: Good morning. It is Friday, Sept. 23. A Good Samaritan came to the rescue of a bear cub trapped in a dumpster in Mammoth Lakes. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES A star is born Young performers looking for a break in Hollywood may believe that winning a Young Arti...
A 'crown jewel' of the L.A. River project could cost $252 million: A plan for turning a former rail yard next to the Los Angeles River into park space, wetlands and other amenities could cost more than $252 million, city analysts said in a report Thursday. The City Council voted in May to allocate $40 million for the purchase of the vacant site, which is own...
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New York Times Endorses Hillary Clinton for President: The New York Times editorial board endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton Saturday, writing the endorsement is "rooted in respect for her intellect, experience, toughness and courage over a career of almost continuous public service."The Times touted Clinton's record as first la...
How Should Trump Debate Clinton? Advice From a Man Who Knows: The man famous for getting in Hillary Clinton’s face during the campaign that launched her political career has some debate advice for Donald Trump.Stay at his lectern.Rick Lazio should know. The former Republican congressman didn't — and paid the price for a performance that has become a textboo...
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The Election That Was: Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris lead the way for a strong night for Democrats by Brian Leubitz While the presidential race wasn’t as close as some had expected, the election results were good for the Democratic Party. In the Senate race, AG Kamala Harris got over 40% of the vote, and will face ...

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