Javier Gonzalez

former student of Jaime Escalante

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Title I Coordinator at Garfield High School; former student of Jaime Escalante

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Councilman Jose Huizar pleaded not guilty to 34 criminal counts this week for a corruption scandal that has plagued his office and his constituents for five years.

LA Councilman Jose Huizar pleaded not guilty in corruption case. How are his constituents reacting?

Councilman Jose Huizar pleaded not guilty to 34 criminal counts this week for a corruption scandal that has plagued his office and his constituents for five years.

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