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Should L.A. really manage the Greek Theatre?

The city of Los Angeles, which has enough problems getting the streets paved and the trash picked up, may now be getting into the concert business. Earlier this month, after a nasty, political fight over which of two entertainment giants should be awarded the multimillion-dollar contract to operate...

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  • Could manmade quakes come to frack-friendly California?
    Could manmade quakes come to frack-friendly California?

    To the editor: As scientists map oil industry-triggered earthquakes in other states, California regulators are ignoring risky activity by oil companies. Underground injection of fracking flow-back and other oil wastewater can trigger damaging quakes, research shows — and oil companies in California...

  • Scientology deserves its tax exemption

    To the editor: Alex Gibney appears trapped in his own prison of bias when he wrongly asserts that the Church of Scientology did not deserve IRS recognition of its tax-exempt status in 1993. The truth is the Church underwent the most exhaustive IRS scrutiny of any applicant in history to be recognized....

  • Polls of anti-gun researchers don't indicate scientific consensus

    To the editor: Harvard public health Professor David Hemenway's research is a prime example of a scientific determination by a show of hands. ("There's scientific consensus on guns -- and the NRA won't like it," op-ed, April 22)

  • Federal government must affirm right to record police

    To the editor: Thank you for reaffirming the right of citizens to film law enforcement and recognizing its importance in driving the much-needed debate on policing in our country. ("Affirming the right of citizens to record police activity," editorial, April 23)

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