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Goldberg: Schools Should Not Have to Rely on Foundations


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Second in a series

After praising foundations for ladling out millions to hungry public school districts, School Board member Nancy Godberg said that “I have a problem” with foundations filling this role.

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Race Relations: Making Peace with People Who Are Angry


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As a family, the Ridley-Thomases of the near south side of Los Angeles can take their place with America’s most regal political households.

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As of Today, Avis Ridley-Thomas Leads Two ‘Days of Dialogue’


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For three hours this evening and three more on Saturday morning in South Los Angeles, the perhaps most talented member of the Ridley-Thomas family will lead community mood-calming sessions following two recent police shootings of black men, here and in Ferguson.

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When Anderson Criticizes, Cooper Answers by Blowing Smoke


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Even though he is strolling through his middle 50s, City Councilman Jeff Cooper and grimness never have been introduced.

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We Need Money, from Prop. 13 or Elsewhere, Goldberg Says


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First of a series

Nancy Goldberg said she and her School Board colleagues were speaking in a unified voice at Tuesday evening’s meeting.

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Whether by Changing Prop. 13 or Otherwise, Board Seeks New Funding


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Twenty-four hours after the City Council wordlessly turned thumbs down on a general, almost generic, proposal to slice Prop. 13 in half, the School Board last evening applied more polite treatment.

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The Mayor’s First Priority on 13: Protect Homeowners


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Second in a series

In the wake of the City Council’s flat rejection of a subtraction amendment to Prop. 13, Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells was asked if the 1978 drastic tax reduction law was a mistake.

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Is Timing of District’s Bond Sale a Good Omen for Years Ahead?


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Four months after winning vter approval in last June’s bond improvements election, the School District has completed a highly successful sale of its $26.5 million general obligation bonds, series A.

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Weissman Explains Why He Could Not Back Prop. 13 Subtraction


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City Councilman Andy Weissman said this morning that just because three members agreed in mid-summer to put a discussion of a massive reconstruction of Prop. 13 on last evening’s agenda “certainly did not mean we were sympathetic or supportive.

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Flood of Emails Told Mayor Meghan Night Would Be Long


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Meghan Sahli-Wells, the mayor of Culver City, suspected she was going to be in for a wearying exercise last evening.

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