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Labor advocates want more money for wage enforcement

Stefanie Ritoper
| With the minimum wage set to rise in July, LA is creating a Wage Standards Office to ensure workers are paid in full, but labor advocates say it's underfunded.

A surge in the youth vote will probably help Democrats

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All those 17 to 25-year-olds have the potential to rock this presidential election — especially in one state and for one party.

Villaraigosa's 'made a decision' on running for governor — but he won't say what it is

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The former Los Angeles mayor is coming off a 38-day tour of the state, one that's beneficial if running for governor, though he's not revealing if he will.

Nancy Reagan's legacy as California first lady

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Before Nancy and Ronald Reagan stepped on a national stage, she was the state's first lady and left her own mark.

Library visitors pay tribute to former first lady Nancy Reagan

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Nancy Reagan was remembered Sunday by visitors to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley.

Fuentes' plan to leave LA City Council opens candidate gates

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7th District councilman's decision not to run for reelection next year creates a rare open seat on the that many are hoping to fill.

Records of ex-councilman recovered by his successor

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Some 35 file boxes from former Councilman Tom LaBonge's office were recovered before they were shredded. The documents included land use and campaign finance records.