Megan Garvey

Editor, Los Angeles Times' Metro Section

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City Council members making more than $100,000…a City manager whose salary and benefits reached $1.5 million.

Government Salaries and the Public's Right to Know

City Council members making more than $100,000…a City manager whose salary and benefits reached $1.5 million.

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Last month, a special three-judge federal panel declared that vaccines against childhood diseases  did not cause autism  in some children.

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Last month, a special three-judge federal panel declared that vaccines against childhood diseases did not cause autism in some children.

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Paris checks in at the big house, and we don't mean the Hilton.

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Paris checks in at the big house, and we don't mean the Hilton.

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