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Geoffrey Mohan

Geoffrey Mohan joinedtheLos AngelesTimesin2001from Newsday,wherehewasthe Latin America bureau chief in MexicoCity.Hestarted off here as astatewideroamer, detoured to cover the AfghanistanandIraqwars and waspartoftheteamthat won the Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the California wildfires in2003.He served as an editor on the metro and foreign desks before returning toreportingon science in 2013.Nowhe’scomingfullcircle,roamingthe stateinsearchofstoriesaboutfarming and food.
Raids and tariffs? We'll take our lumps, say California farmers

Hit by immigration raids and tariffs on their products, farmers in California could be regretting their support of Trump for president. They're not. They'll take one for the team, even if it means losing labor and profit, because they can't stand the regulations that they associate with Democrats.

Romaine lettuce E. coli contamination warning widened

Health officials advise against eating any romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Ariz., not just chopped and packaged leaves, after inmates in Alaska were sickened from whole leaf romaine. The monthlong outbreak of E. coli illnesses has sickened more than 50, sending 31 of them to hospitals.

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