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Report: Tipping Rule Change Would Cost Women $4.6 Billion

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – As women’s marches took place across the country Saturday, time was Workers could be forced to turn over tips to their employers under... Read more »

L.A. Times Writers, Editors Vote to Unionize

Newsroom employees at the Los Angeles Times voted overwhelmingly to unionize for the first time in the paper’s 136-year history, according to results tallied Friday. The... Read more »

Homeowners Urged to Apply for Property Tax Exemptions

Homeowners fail to claim $30 million in available property tax exemptions every year, Los Angeles County Assessor Jeffrey Prang said Tuesday. Prang urged homeowners... Read more »

Complaints: City’s Wastehauling Program Failing Business Owners, Consumers

In response to thousands of complaints about the city’s new commercial wastehauling program, Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz introduced a motion Wednesday... Read more »

Apartment Owners Sue to End L.A.’s ‘Tenant Registry’

An organization representing apartment building owners filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles Tuesday, seeking relief from the city’s Rent... Read more »

Only Hours Left to Pre-Pay Property Tax Ahead of 2018 Tax Change

The newly approved GOP Tax Plan will significantly reduce the amount taxpayers can deduct from their federal income taxes, prompting many tax experts to recommend... Read more »

Congress Approves Tax Reform Bill

Congress has officially passed the GOP tax bill backed by Pres. Donald Trump, after a procedural error forced the House of Representatives to take a revote early... Read more »

Commerce Company Sues Popular Yoga Teacher

A City of Commerce-based clothing company is suing an internationally known yoga teacher who allegedly defamed the entity on social media earlier this month by stating... Read more »

Superheroes No Match for ‘Coco’

Disney-Pixar’s “Coco” maintained its dominance at theaters last weekend, continuing to best a collection of superheroes, according to final figures released... Read more »

Customers Can File Complaints On New L.A. Sanitation Website

An online portal that allows customers to submit billing disputes and get information about trash pickup was unveiled this week by the Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation,... Read more »

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