Jarrett Hill

journalist

Journalist

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The state legislature has passed Assembly Bill 1482, which would cap rent increases for many buildings across the state at 5% annually. Governor Gavin Newsom said he will sign it.

Who benefits and loses from state-wide rent control?

The state legislature has passed Assembly Bill 1482, which would cap rent increases for many buildings across the state at 5% annually. Governor Gavin Newsom said he will sign it.

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Over the past year, China has almost stopped accepting America’s recyclables. More than 200 recycling centers in California closed last month.

The promise of recycling may be failing

Over the past year, China has almost stopped accepting America’s recyclables. More than 200 recycling centers in California closed last month.

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An LA Times business columnist discusses the difficult time he’s had coming off antidepressants.

One journalist's struggle to wean off antidepressants

An LA Times business columnist discusses the difficult time he’s had coming off antidepressants.

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