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Jazmine Ulloa

Jazmine Ulloa covers California state politics and policy for the Los Angeles Times with a focus on criminal justice, immigration and tech privacy. She has reported out of Washington and Colombia for the Times and is based in Sacramento. A native of El Paso, she covered state and federal courts for the Austin American-Statesman in the Texas capital. Her work has appeared in Texas Monthly, the Texas Observer and the Boston Globe. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.
Gaps in California arrest data make it easier for violent felons to get guns, study finds

Stanford Law School on Monday released a report highlighting gaps in criminal justice data that they say hinder researchers and law enforcement. The data gaps allow offenders to own firearms and unduly criminalize others.

These California bills would train nurses, judges and police how to spot their own biases

A pair of California state legislators have introduced a package of bills to train doctors, nurses, judges and police officers to spot implicit bias on the job that leads to disparities in treatment and care, justice and punishment.

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