Matthew Fleischer is a former senior digital editor in the Opinion section. Previously, he was an L.A. Weekly staff writer and a senior editor of both LA CityBeat and Pasadena Magazine. His work has been honored by the Overseas Press Club Foundation and Investigative Reporters and Editors.
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