Evan Halper

staff writer at Washington Post

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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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The Opportunity Zones program was designed so the richest Americans would invest in the most economically distressed parts of the country. The incentive: a big tax break.

‘Opportunity Zones’ meant to create investment in poor neighborhoods, became windfall for the rich

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Citing climate and health concerns, city leaders in California are slowly taking action to limit the use of gas in both homes and businesses.

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Citing climate and health concerns, city leaders in California are slowly taking action to limit the use of gas in both homes and businesses.

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