July 26 | AFL-CIO Now
Last night AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka addressed the working people of the Democratic National Convention. Here are his remarks:
July 25 | LA Times
For decades in Los Angeles, no one was more dedicated to comforting the sick, the destitute and the forgotten than Mollie Lowery. Mayors, supervisors and other public officials sought her out for policy advice.
July 24 | LA Times
The wide use of provisional ballots has not been matched by any broad statewide oversight, with rules changing from one county to the next dictating when they are used and how elections officials decide whether to count them as valid votes.
July 13 | LA Times
Los Angeles’ police chief and mayor met with President Obama on Wednesday for a White House discussion on race, policing and ways to heal the tensions that have flared following the recent high-profile police shootings of black men and a sniper attack on officers.
July 13 | LA Times
Dozens of Black Lives Matter demonstrators remained on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall Tuesday night into Wednesday afternoon in protest of a fatal police shooting, and later marched on the LAPD’s headquarters, roping off the building with crime scene tape.
July 13 | KPCC
In November, Los Angeles County voters will be asked to approve an initiative that would tax the sales of recreational and medical marijuana to help pay for homeless services and housing.
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