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Ports’ CAAP Falls Far Short

Port Truckers, Residents Speak Out at Banning’s Landing Meeting

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On Aug. 30, representatives from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach took pub

Trump’s Ending of DACA Could Mean 800,000 Deportations

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor While running for president, one of Donald Trump’s key campaign promises was to end DACA “immediately.” On Sept. 5, after almost nine full months, “immediately” final

Broken Trust

State Lands Commission Agrees Rancho LPG Poses Threat but Sees No Option to Act By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor The dangers posed by San Pedro’s Rancho LPG facility have become undeniabl

Rancho’s Hidden History Sheds Light on Public Safety Threat

Rancho’s Hidden History Sheds Light on Public Safety Threat By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor “Mistakes are a sign of action and movement, and are necessary and inevitable in business,

Teamsters Charge CAAP Blows Smoke

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On July 20, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach released the draft of their new Clean Air Action Plan, opening a two-month comment period. The first public comment was a

Port Falls Short Again on China Shipping

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor If representatives of China Shipping are to be believed, their shipping company is the most eco-friendly imaginable, and its partnership with the Port of Los Angeles is a wonde

Port Truckers’ 15th Strike Takes Struggle to New Level

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Protesting their treatment as “sharecroppers on wheels,” Port truck drivers in Southern California went on strike for the 15th time — this time, for the entire third week of June. The tru

China Shipping Move to Long Beach

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor China Shipping is moving its operations to the Port of Long Beach, leaving the Port of Los Angeles which was the subject of a landmark lawsuit settled in 2003. The lawsuit fore

Tesoro Plans at Odds with Brown’s Vision

Governor, Mayors Stand Up to Trump on Climate Change Refinery Approval Tells Different Story

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor California appeared as a world leader fightin

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