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Jack Dolan

Jack Dolan is an investigative reporter for the Los Angeles Times. A winner of several national investigative reporting awards, he was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2001 for a series revealing the doctors with the worst disciplinary histories in the country, using records the federal government sought to keep secret. He began his newspaper career at the Hartford Courant in Connecticut, where he grew up, and worked at the Miami Herald before coming to The Times.
Reform of controversial pension program approved by L.A. City Council

The measure adopted Tuesday closes a loophole that previously allowed veteran Los Angeles police officers and firefighters to take extended injury or medical leaves while still collecting their pensions and salaries simultaneously.

Inglewood to destroy more than 100 police shooting records that could otherwise become public under new California law

The city of Inglewood has authorized the shredding of more than 100 police shooting and other internal investigation records weeks before a new state law could allow the public to access them for the first time.

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