Jerry Hirsch

Los Angeles Times

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Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, covering the automobile industry

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Jerry Hirsch of the Los Angeles Times says the LA Auto Show now serves as the showcase for clean energy cars.

L.A. Auto Show

Jerry Hirsch of the Los Angeles Times says the LA Auto Show now serves as the showcase for clean energy cars.

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