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Editorial: Sunlight can help California rein in Big Oil’s greed

After months with little apparent progress, Governor Gavin Newsom's proposal to hold the oil industry accountable for high gasoline prices and deter price...

Editorial: Bills intended to shame and scare transgender students are despicable

Republican lawmakers across the country have introduced more than 400 bills to restrict the rights of LGBTQ people in the current legislative cycle,...

Editorial: Los Angeles labor unions are major political influencers. Why shouldn’t they be considered lobbyists?

When is a paid advocate a lobbyist? And, most importantly, when and how much information should paid advocates be required to disclose publicly...

Editorial: A strike that closes schools is bad for Los Angeles

Contract negotiations between the union representing cafeteria workers, bus drivers and other low-wage workers in Los Angeles Unified and district officials have stalled after...

Editorial: Ambassador Garcetti breaks the curse on the political ambitions of the mayors of Los Angeles

Congratulations to Eric Garcetti, and not just on becoming the US Ambassador to India.For decades, the job of mayor of Los Angeles has been...

Editorial: Finally, more housing for homeless veterans opens on the VA campus. Still have problems? Of course.

Just three months ago, the US Department of Veterans Affairs had just 54 permanent homeless housing units on its sprawling West Los Angeles campus,...

Editorial: Los Angeles’ financial good times are coming to an end

It's not really accurate to call the pandemic "good times," but when it comes to the city of Los Angeles' budget, the past few...


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