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Latinos at the Ballot Box

When Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump kicked off his campaign by calling Mexicans rapists and drug dealers, Latinos were propelled into the forefront... Read more »

L.A. Mayor Asks Commerce Council to Support Measure M

Hoping to garner support for a November ballot transit measure, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti made a trip to Commerce City Hall Tuesday to ask the city council... Read more »

Latinos Favorán a Clinton Sobre Trump Para Combatir el Terrorismo, Según Estudio

Los electores latinos creen que la candidata demócrata, Hillary Clinton, es más confiable para dirigir la lucha contra el terrorismo que su rival republicano,... Read more »

Explore How You Can Succeed in Biotech Future at Local Summit

The Biotech industry is not limited to some “crazy scientist locked up in a room or lab,” says Martha Escutia, vice president of government relations at the... Read more »

Sups. Seek Study of Exide, Aliso Canyon Health Effects

The Board of Supervisors called Tuesday for studies of the long-term health effects of the massive Aliso Canyon gas leak and lead contamination from the now-shuttered... Read more »

Tobacco Tax Ballot Measure Would Fund Health Care For California’s Poor — But How?

California Healthline – At first blush, the tobacco tax measure on California’s November ballot looks pretty straightforward. Proposition 56 would raise... Read more »

Clinton, Trump Claim Debate Victory

The candidates for president were back on the campaign trail following Monday’s record-breaking presidential debate, with both candidates expressing opposite views... Read more »

L.A. Moving to Ban Criminal Background Question

A proposed ordinance that would bar employers in Los Angeles from asking job applicants to reveal their criminal records during the initial stages of the recruitment... Read more »

Terminally Ill to Get ‘Right to Try’ Experimental Treatments

A bill authored by a Southland lawmaker and signed into law Wednesday by the governor will allow terminally ill patients to access experimental and unapproved treatments. The... Read more »

Residents Urged to Register to Vote

Los Angeles County election officials joined with their counterparts across the state Tuesday to encourage people to register to vote and take part in the upcoming... Read more »

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