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Hollywood Seeks Tax Breaks

The San Fernando Valley has served as home to award-winning movies like “E.T.,” “Boogie Nights” and “Crash.” But Raul Bocanegra, a state lawmaker representing a large swath of the valley, ...

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Koch Brothers Behind Laffer Report

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is slated to roll out its annual "Rich States, Poor States" publication this week. The document, whose lead author is economist Arthur Laffer, is ...

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UAW Strike Victory

A strike at a Toledo auto parts supplier that threatened to disrupt production of the Jeep Cherokee ended Thursday about eight hours after it started. Workers at Piston Automotive on ...

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Are Pre-2008 Jobs Really Back?

When I saw the headline in my local paper, I wanted to laugh out loud. But that's really hard to do when you're gritting your teeth. The headline proclaimed, "Jobs ...

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Wages: Workers Sue LAX Daily Grill

Three employees at a Daily Grill restaurant near Los Angeles International Airport filed a class-action lawsuit against the restaurant chain Wednesday, charging that it had failed to pay them and ...

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Vocation of the Chair

  Vocation of the Chair It longs to be the one who holds you, keeps you from falling, its curved legs shapely as a bride. The chair that would be ...

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