Anna Phillips

environmental policy reporter at the LA Times

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Californians suffering most from extreme heat live in Southern California and the Central Valley, like Riverside and Bakersfield, says LA Times environmental reporter Anna Phillips.

Human death toll from heat was 6 times higher than what the state reported, LA Times investigation finds

Californians suffering most from extreme heat live in Southern California and the Central Valley, like Riverside and Bakersfield, says LA Times environmental reporter Anna Phillips.

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An ongoing war between California and the Trump administration has covered many issues: immigration, the Census, and the environment.

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For the first time in its history, the school board over at LAUSD will have a pro-charter majority.

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