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Mary Melton

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Editor-in-Chief of Los Angeles magazine

Mary Melton on KCRW

Journalists at the L.A. Times voted overwhelmingly today to unionize, the first time they have done so in more than 130 years.

Trouble or transformation for LA journalism

Journalists at the L.A. Times voted overwhelmingly today to unionize, the first time they have done so in more than 130 years.

from The Mixer

Labor unions are taking center stage in the race for Mayor of Los Angeles, and the  Los Angeles Times  has obtained recordings of candidates  Wendy Greuel  and  Eric Garcetti  making…

One Month Left until Election Day in Los Angeles

Labor unions are taking center stage in the race for Mayor of Los Angeles, and the Los Angeles Times has obtained recordings of candidates Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti making…

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