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Andrea Ordin

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Instructor at Pepperdine University School of Law; former President of the LAPD Police Commission, she also held the position of County Counsel and UUS Attorney for the Central District

Andrea Ordin on KCRW

Next year, Lee Baca will be running for a fifth term as Sheriff of Los Angeles County.

How Safe Is the Sheriff of LA County?

Next year, Lee Baca will be running for a fifth term as Sheriff of Los Angeles County.

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City Council members making more than $100,000…a City manager whose salary and benefits reached $1.5 million.

Government Salaries and the Public's Right to Know

City Council members making more than $100,000…a City manager whose salary and benefits reached $1.5 million.

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