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Hillel Aron

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Contributor to LA Weekly; former reporter for LA School Report, a website that focuses on news and analysis about the Los Angeles Unified School District

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California voters could be in for a bumper crop of ballot measures in November.

The Craziest Ballot Proposals of 2016

California voters could be in for a bumper crop of ballot measures in November.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

People often go into drug rehabilitation at difficult moments in their lives. But what happens when the thing that’s supposed to save you is actually going to hurt you?

L.A. Rehab Mogul Accused of Dangerous Abuses

People often go into drug rehabilitation at difficult moments in their lives. But what happens when the thing that’s supposed to save you is actually going to hurt you?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

As cities go across the country, LA isn’t the most expensive - it’s not San Francisco or New York - but it’s pricey enough.

High LA Rents; Are Wages Keeping Up?

As cities go across the country, LA isn’t the most expensive - it’s not San Francisco or New York - but it’s pricey enough.

from The Mixer

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