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L.A. Times Opinion 4m
California last year finally became a leader in bail reform and in reducing the cost of justice. Referendum notwithstanding, this is no time to go slow, writes the editorial board.
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L.A. Times Opinion 1h
Even on strike, in the pouring rain, L.A.'s teachers teach.
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L.A. Times Opinion 1h
Opioid guidelines are being misapplied by physicians, state legislatures, insurers and Medicaid programs, writes Kate M. Nicholson.
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L.A. Times Opinion 2h
A Green New Deal in California should include projects that will allow the state to end oil production and refining, writes .
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L.A. Times Opinion 3h
Although there are real differences of principle between the L.A. teachers' union and the district, they’re mostly stuck because of conflicting predictions about the future, writes .
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L.A. Times Opinion 3h
Trump’s Syria policy is dangerously incompetent.
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L.A. Times Opinion 4h
Happy anniversary! It's been almost two years since Donald Trump began lying from the Oval Office.
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Los Angeles Times 4h
Hell hath no fury like a fixer scorned. (via )
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L.A. Times Opinion 4h
Don't slow down plans to end money bail.
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L.A. Times Opinion 4h
Don't let New York's Women's March problems keep you off the streets this weekend.
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L.A. Times Opinion 5h
The shutdown isn't just hurting workers. The entire U.S. economy is faltering.
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L.A. Times Opinion 5h
Michael Cohen went from fixer to Trump's worst nightmare.
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L.A. Times Opinion 6h
The clampdown on opioid prescriptions is hurting pain patients.
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Kate Nicholson 9h
My op-ed today in the LA Times on the Human Rights Watch report's conclusion that recent government policy is harming patients in serious pain.
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L.A. Times Opinion 7h
If Washington rejects the Green New Deal, California should step up and do it ourself.
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L.A. Times Opinion 7h
Ditch the global gag rule once and for all.
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L.A. Times Opinion 8h
Why L.A.'s teachers’ strike may end with a lot less pain than the government shutdown.
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L.A. Times Opinion 22h
It’s essential that California turn the corner on its housing crisis. Newsom gets credit for coming out and swinging for the fences, writes the editorial board.
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L.A. Times Opinion 23h
It's disconcerting, to say the least, to learn that the new L.A. sheriff has reinstated a deputy who had been fired following allegations of domestic abuse and stalking, writes the editorial board.
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L.A. Times Opinion Jan 17
Taxpayers pay the salaries of public workers and therefore have a direct and compelling interest in the bargaining process. They deserve transparency, write 's Bob Wickers and Sam Coleman.
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