Shan Li

Los Angeles Times

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It's state policy that, by 2020, 33 percent of California electricity will be generated by renewable power.

The Red Tape Required to Go Green

It's state policy that, by 2020, 33 percent of California electricity will be generated by renewable power.

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Consumer confidence and retail strategies as LA's discount stores and smaller boutiques get ready for some holiday business.

Los Angeles Anticipates a Strong Black Friday

Consumer confidence and retail strategies as LA's discount stores and smaller boutiques get ready for some holiday business.

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