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Peter Jamison

Peter Jamison covered the Los Angeles mayor’s office for the Los Angeles Times until 2016. He previously wrote about the criminal justice system for the Tampa Bay Times (formerly the St. Petersburg Times). A sixth-generation Californian, he has also worked at SF Weekly, the Valley News of New Hampshire and the Point Reyes Light.
D.C. attorney general opens probe into sexual abuse by Catholic clergy

The investigation, announced by District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine, will bring scrutiny to Catholic leaders who have come under intense criticism in recent months.

Paying for public retirees has never cost L.A. taxpayers more. And that's after pension reform

Five years after Los Angeles elected officials enacted vaunted pension reforms, the city's pension costs have never been higher -- and now consume one out of every five tax dollars. What went wrong?

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