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Patt Morrison

Patt Morrison is a longtime Times writer and columnist who has a share of two Pulitzer Prizes. Her broadcasting work has won six Emmys and 11 Golden Mikes. Her book about the Los Angeles River was a bestseller, and she was the first woman in nearly 25 years to be honored with the L.A. Press Club’s lifetime achievement award. Pink’s, the legendary Hollywood hot dog stand, named its veggie dog after her.
His boss asked him to compile data that would help ICE round up immigrant workers. So he quit

Jordon Dyrdahl-Roberts quit his Montana’s Department of Labor job rather than helping to enable mass deportations. He wishes more ICE employees would follow his lead.

Guess what? The rich really are different from everyone else — and it ain’t pretty

Dacher Keltner, the head of UC Berkeley's social interaction lab, sizes up how tax cuts affect the rich and poor differently, and the ethical gap between the haves and have-nots.

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