Scott Glover

Los Angeles Times

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Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, covering the federal courts and law enforcement

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The  Los Angeles Times  has reported that drugs prescribed by doctors played a role in almost half Southern California's deaths from prescription-drug overdoses over a five-year span.

Are Californians Safe from Their Doctors?

The Los Angeles Times has reported that drugs prescribed by doctors played a role in almost half Southern California's deaths from prescription-drug overdoses over a five-year span.

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Prescription drug abuse is nothing new, but now it's being called epidemic, "from the Hollywood hills to the hollows of West Virginia."

Abuse of Prescription Drugs Is Being Called a 'National Epidemic'

Prescription drug abuse is nothing new, but now it's being called epidemic, "from the Hollywood hills to the hollows of West Virginia."

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Two years ago, the Los Angeles Times detailed a host of police abuses in the City of Maywood.  Then Assembly Speaker Fabian Núñez asked for a report from Attorney General Jerry Brown,…

Attorney General Finds 'Gross Misconduct' in Maywood PD

Two years ago, the Los Angeles Times detailed a host of police abuses in the City of Maywood.  Then Assembly Speaker Fabian Núñez asked for a report from Attorney General Jerry Brown,…

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