Hannah Wiley is a politics reporter for the Los Angeles Times’ Sacramento bureau covering the California Capitol and state agencies. Previously, she was a legislative reporter for the Sacramento Bee. Wiley graduated from St. Louis University and earned a master’s degree in investigative reporting from Northwestern University.
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