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Anti-Illegal Immigration Groups Vilify County Officials for Backing DAPA, DACA

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors’ vote Tuesday in support of programs that protect some immigrants from deportation drew hostility from supporters of... Read more »

MUSD May Not Meet Financial Obligations, Analysis Finds

County education officials have notified the Montebello Unified School District that it might not meet its financial obligations for the next two school years unless... Read more »

Budget Scorekeepers Say GOP Plan Would Raise The Number Of Uninsured By 32M

The bill considered the most likely prototype for partial repeal of the Affordable Care Act would result in as many as 32 million more people without health insurance... Read more »

Still Time to Get Flu Shot, Say Health Officials

Los Angeles County health officials reminded residents Tuesday that it’s not too late to get a flu shot. The virus is now widespread and has hit that point earlier... Read more »

More California Acres Granted Protections as National Monuments

President Barack Obama on Thursday announced the expansion of two national monuments in California – California Coastal National Monument and Cascade-Siskiyou... Read more »

Californians Closely Watch Trump’s Pick for Interior Secretary

During Tuesday’s confirmation hearing, Congressman Ryan Zinke, President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to run the Interior Department, said he’s committed to a... Read more »

In a County With More Babies Than Any Other, Childcare Comes at a Cost – And Not Just for Parents

New America Media – In California, childcare for infants costs as much as tuition in the University of California (UC) system, according to new data from the... Read more »

Causes to Unite at Inauguration Day Protests

Donald Trump will be inaugurated Friday as the 45th president of the United States following a long and contentious fight for the White House. Across the country,... Read more »

Exide: After Long Delay, State Moves to Speed Cleaning of Homes With Highest Levels of Lead

State environmental regulators issued guidelines Thursday that will allow expedited cleanups of high-risk homes near the shuttered Exide Technologies battery-recycling... Read more »

New State Law Makes it Tougher to Seize a Suspect’s Assets

For nearly two decades, law enforcement agencies across the state have been supplementing their budgets by seizing cars, jewelry and other property when they make... Read more »

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