Michael Finnegan

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Not many people knew the name Michael Avenatti before he became the lawyer representing adult film actress Stormy Daniels in a lawsuit against President Trump.

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Not many people knew the name Michael Avenatti before he became the lawyer representing adult film actress Stormy Daniels in a lawsuit against President Trump.

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Four candidates for Mayor of Los Angeles held the latest in a series of debates that seems endless to political junkies.

The LA Mayor’s Race

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Governor Brown and the legislature balanced next year's budget based on projections of how much revenue will be coming in.

CA's Troubling Budget, LACCD's 'Shoddy Fiscal Mismanagement'

Governor Brown and the legislature balanced next year's budget based on projections of how much revenue will be coming in.

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