Matt Stiles is a former senior reporter for the Los Angeles Times who combined traditional reporting with computer programming, data analysis and data visualization to find and tell compelling stories about the state. He previously covered Los Angeles County, the nation’s largest local municipal government, after reporting on North and South Korea in Seoul for the foreign desk. Prior to joining The Times, Stiles wrote about national economics at the Wall Street Journal, served as data editor at NPR and was the founding news applications editor at the Texas Tribune.
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Aunque es imposible asegurarlo, algunos sugieren que el programa estatal de incentivos, dotado de 116.5 millones de dólares, probablemente haya despertado un renovado interés por conseguir una oportunidad.
Though it is impossible to say for sure, some suggest the state’s $116.5-million incentive program probably sparked renewed interest in getting a shot.