The high cost of healthcare and 6 million uninsured have set the stage for next year's major battle in Sacramento. Early skirmish as the Capitol waits for Governor Schwarzenegger to weigh in. Plus, Councilwoman Hahn response to the firing of a dozen hotel workers just before LA's living wage law takes effect, and will Chandler family have to buy back the LA Times?
Healthcare Debate Moves into Full Swing
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Hotel Fires Workers before Living-Wage Law Takes Effect
Today's Daily News reports that Los Angeles City Hall is outraged over the firing of a dozen workers by new owners of the Four Points Sheraton Hotel , near Los Angeles...
Chandler Family in Talks to Bid on Tribune Company
Today's New York Times has more details on a story that could impact the Los Angeles Times , once owned by the Chandler family and now the largest shareholder in the...