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Hotel Groups Sue to Stop Minimum Wage Mandate

A pair of hotel industry groups filed papers in federal court today in a renewed attempt to stop a $15.37 per hour minimum wage from taking effect on July 1 for... Read more »

Foundation Awards Nearly $9 Million to L.A. County Groups

A philanthropic organization awarded almost $9 million in grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the needs of low-income youth,... Read more »

June 11, 2015 Issue

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Abogado Indocumentado de California Obtiene Residencia

Un abogado indocumentado que hizo historia en 2014 en California al ser el primer letrado en lograr la licencia profesional sin residir legalmente en el país, recibió... Read more »

We Need Common Sense When It Comes to Sharing the Road

The latest controversy regarding the sharing of streets, roads and bridges by auto drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians over the retrofitting of the historic 80-year-old... Read more »

Business Owner to Lose U.S. Citizenship for Illegal Behavior

An investigation into “Black Market Peso Exchange” schemes in the Fashion District is going to cost the owner of an import-export business his U.S. citizenship,... Read more »

Grupo Asesor de Exide se Reúne

Desde hace unos años, la Iglesia de la Resurrección en Boyle Heights ha sido el epicentro del movimiento para cerrar la planta de baterías de reciclaje Exide... Read more »

June 4, 2015 Issue

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Free Concert Today at Union Station

In the mood for some great music? Head to Union Station this evening where East L.A. based Camalanche will perform from 4-6 p.m in the East Portal. The Chicano-Jarocho... Read more »

May 28, 2015 Issue

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