Alejandro Lazo

Wall Street Journal

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San Francisco-based reporter for the Wall Street Journal, covering politics and national news

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On Saturday, Mayor Garcetti plans to sign a measure the City Council passed almost unanimously.  It will make Los Angeles America’s biggest city to raise the minimum wage.

The Challenges of Making LA's Minimum Wage a Reality

On Saturday, Mayor Garcetti plans to sign a measure the City Council passed almost unanimously.  It will make Los Angeles America’s biggest city to raise the minimum wage.

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One of the nation’s worst COVID outbreaks is in LA County, where the positivity rate over the last week is nearing 20%.

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Josh Barro and Ken White talk about the legal ramifications for the people who mobbed the U.S. Capitol building, and for President Trump.

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Trump supporters gathered in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday to protest the certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory.

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Gov. Gavin Newsom has named Secretary of State Alex Padilla to fill Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ Senate seat. He’ll be California’s first Latino U.S. Senator.

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Dodger Stadium reopened today as a coronavirus vaccine site, with the capacity to vaccinate up to 12,000 people a day.

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Nielsen released year-end streaming data for 2020, and more minutes were spent watching “The Office” on Netflix than any other show.

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