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May 18, 2017 Issue

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Local Chefs Honored With SVREP’s ‘Premio Cua’ Award

The Southwest Voter Registration Education Project – SVREP – held it’s annual fundraiser, Sabor de las Americas/Taste of the Americas last week at the L.A.... Read more »

Beware: That Call From the IRS May Not Be a Scam After All

For taxpayers worried about scams involving IRS imposters, the one reliable piece of advice to hold onto was the old consumer protections adage: “The IRS will... Read more »

Fearing Deportation, Parents Worry About Enrolling Undocumented Kids In Medi-Cal

Luz felt relieved and grateful when she learned that her 16-year-old son qualified for full coverage under Medi-Cal. Now, she worries that the information she provided... Read more »

City of L.A. Lost Thousands of ‘Rent Controlled’ Units

The city of Los Angeles has lost 21,200 rent-stabilized housing units since 2001, according to an interactive map released by a nonprofit tenant advocacy group. The... Read more »

Cedillo Wins Big In Council Race

Councilman Gil Cedillo was celebrating a commanding re-election victory Wednesday over an opponent whose campaign fizzled amid a wave of questionable internet posts... Read more »

Baca Sentenced to 3 Years in Federal Prison

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca was sentenced today to three years in prison and one year of supervised release for obstructing a federal probe into corruption... Read more »

May 11, 2017 Issue

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NAFTA Cars Are Not ‘Foreign Made’ Cars

One of the first foreign companies to rush into U.S. production when the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) took effect on January 1, 1994 was Germany’s... Read more »

Cinco de Mayo Alert: Expect Widespread DUI Patrols

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is among the law enforcement agencies planning to conduct DUI saturation patrols today in connection with Cinco de... Read more »

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