Kiera Feldman joined the Los Angeles Times as an investigative reporter in 2019. She came from ProPublica, where her reporting on New York City’s private trash industry exposed labor abuses and corruption, leading to a federal investigation and new city laws. She won a Gerald Loeb Award in 2021 for articles on toxic fumes on planes and a Livingston Award in 2015 for an investigation of college sexual assault mishandling. A longtime magazine journalist, before coming to The Times she reported for Harper’s, New Republic and elsewhere.
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La propuesta de legislación para acelerar el sobreseimiento de las condenas por cannabis llega dos semanas después de una investigación del Times
Proposed legislation to speed dismissal of cannabis convictions comes two weeks after a Times investigation
Más de 30.000 californianos están atascados con delitos, faltas y otras condenas en sus registros que deberían haber sido borrados ‘automáticamente’.
More than 30,000 Californians are stuck with felonies, misdemeanors and other convictions on their records that should have been wiped ‘automatically.’
The patient, a resident of the county’s eastern region, was hospitalized and died from a neuro-invasive disease associated with the virus, officials said.
The highly contagious Delta variant continues to spread in Los Angeles County as officials caution of a new surge.