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Money & CompanyUnions survived an anti-labor push in NH, their second victory in as many months...
Los Angeles' mayoral election is still nearly two years away, but the field of candidates already is taking shape. And the race is certain to present voters with starkly different choices about who should run Los Angeles next. More contenders...
The Los Angeles Community College District had launched a $5.7-billion campaign to modernize its nine campuses, and district leaders wanted the world to know. They hired marketing consultant Joan Marshall to help spread the word. She worked closely...
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Readers' Representative JournalReports about a sickout by 911 operators in Los Angeles have drawn more than 80 comments from readers. Many of the initial comments, such as these, were critical of the employees: TK: If a single call was missed, charge them......
L.A. NOWWell, now Iâve gone and ticked off the Los Angeles Police Protective League, which got hold of me over the weekend regarding my posting last week on "Whoregate." Youâd think a guy who was once known as Gov. Moonbeam would......
Top of the TicketRick Scott vs Alex Sink in Florida governor's debate on CNN. Full transcript....
Opinion L.A.At the risk of sounding like Juan Williams, I was rattled Friday by the sight of this data point in the Wall Street Journal: The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees is now the top-ranked spender on independent......
L.A. Times Tech BlogElectric vehicles can be pretty sexy -â those curves, that eco-friendly spirit! -â but a nonprofit advocacy group has found a way to turn up the heat even more. The name of that secret spice: Fabio, he of the flowing......
Top of the TicketColorado's newly-elected chief executive doesn't sound like a D.C. Democrat....
As other state Capitols wake to harsh budget realities, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie lays down his 'New Normal'Top of the TicketThe Republican makes a name for himself politically by taming the wild money monster of a traditionally Democratic northeastern state....
L.A. NOWState Controller John Chiang has released a new round of compensation figures for public sector employees, including a Bay Area hospital executive who made about $875,000 in 2009, and a San Gabriel Valley water official who was paid close to......
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