Julia Flucht

Producer, 'To the Point'

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Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is pushing hard to make federally funded transportation projects require that jobs go to local workers. Will that enhance his legacy when he...

Mayor Villaraigosa and the Hunt for LA Jobs

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is pushing hard to make federally funded transportation projects require that jobs go to local workers. Will that enhance his legacy when he...

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President Obama is promising federal help to victims of Hurricane Irene. House Republicans say it'll have to be paid for with cuts elsewhere in the federal budget...

FEMA, Disaster Relief and the Politics of Global Warming

President Obama is promising federal help to victims of Hurricane Irene. House Republicans say it'll have to be paid for with cuts elsewhere in the federal budget...

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In the next few days Governor Brown may decide whether state aid for college should go to illegal aliens who've graduated from high school...

California DREAM Act Heading to the Floor of the Legislature

In the next few days Governor Brown may decide whether state aid for college should go to illegal aliens who've graduated from high school...

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