Evan Halper

Los Angeles Times

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Evan Halper is a national reporter for the Los Angeles Times, based in Washington, DC. He formerly served as the Times' Sacramento Bureau Chief.

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Whether its marijuana, immigration, offshore drilling or border security, California and the Trump Administration continue to find themselves on the opposite side of major policy…

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