Jennifer London

KCET's 'SoCal Connected'

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Correspondent for SoCal Connected on KCET

Jennifer London on KCRW

The governor and legislature are slashing the budget of the third branch of state government, leading to justice delayed, which means justice denied.

KCET Peeks inside a Cash-Strapped Los Angeles Court

The governor and legislature are slashing the budget of the third branch of state government, leading to justice delayed, which means justice denied.

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