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Success Looks More Like Avoiding Disaster

Information Fair on Bridge Home draws interest and speculation By James Preston Allen, Publisher Clearly there was some tension in the air as people gathered at...

Port Truckers Gain Major Victory with Law Holding Retailers Accountable for Wage Theft

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor A landmark bill authored by State Senator Ricardo Lara and signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept. 22,...

LB Hotel Workers Sue for Wage Theft Violations

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On April 19, Long Beach Renaissance Hotel workers filed a class action lawsuit for multiple forms of what amounts to...

RL NEWS of the Week: May 16, 2014

Coastal Neighborhood Council Presents Results SAN PEDRO — Two-hundred-twenty-three voters submitted ballots for the Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council election. The 17 candidates with the...

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