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PolitiCalCalifornia voters are in no rush to cut pensions and don't blame workers for retirement crisis, LA Times poll finds. LA Times poll finds state voters don't blame public employees for pension crisis and don't want to cut benefits....
Lanny Ebenstein wants you to vote to kneecap the state's public workers unions by banning their right to collective bargaining. Other measures scrambling to qualify for the November 2012 ballot would drop the hammer specifically on public employees'...
They loped in like a pair of old lions, one a bit stooped, both proud to a fault. On the left, sipping from his bottled water, was Gov. Jerry Brown. On the right, fidgeting with note cards, was Michael Milken. The occasion was last week's State of the...
The cornerstone of L.A. City Hall's recent plan to fix its finances and rein in soaring retirement costs has been thrown into jeopardy. Faced with a growing pension burden, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the City Council moved this summer...
A judge agreed Thursday to postpone the disclosure of pension data for 2,529 retired Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies after a union attorney claimed that giving it to the Los Angeles Times would endanger the lives of some retirees. Retired...
Reporting from Sacramento -- Every month, Ann Ravel gets a paycheck from her salary as chairwoman of California's ethics watchdog agency and a second, bigger check from her public pension as a retiree. The double payments, which total more than $305,...
Los Angeles TimesWorried about the prospects of a new round of budget cuts during his last two years in office, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has grown increasingly bold — some say too aggressive — in his attempts to influence panels that guide the...
Whenever I write about bicycles, I inevitably receive emails from older folks who are interested in adult three-wheelers. "I'm a 71-year-old whose balance is not as good as in the past, and I'd like to take up recreational bike riding but don't trust...
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During a showdown with the Catholic Church in the late 1960s, Anita Caspary and the Los Angeles order she led, the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, were cast as "rebel nuns" for progressive reforms that included abandoning the nun's habit and...
Chase Bank Multiple area locations www.chase.com It has now been more than two years since JP Morgan Chase banks arrived on the West Coast, opening a majority of its branches (and jobs in Southern California. Offering a wide range of services to its...
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