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Fearing lawmakers may fail to pass a package of medical reform bills, a coalition of consumer groups and trial lawyers is mounting a campaign to put before voters an even more ambitious slate of initiatives aimed at curbing prescription drug abuse and...
I read how Allentown Mayor Pawlowski is calling for reform to Act 111, the police and fire collective bargaining law. He goes on to say how an arbitration awarded in 2004 gave unsustainable pensions. What he fails to tell people is that this was a...
Tags: Local Government, Allentown
A surgeon cut an Orange County woman's aorta during Lap-Band weight-loss surgery in 2011 and an anesthesiologist failed to detect her hemorrhaging, events that led to her death, according to a Los Angeles County Coroner's autopsy report. The report...
A Costa Mesa law school hopes to ease the stress on the California court system, which has suffered severe budget cuts, by offering its newly christened practice courtroom on campus for official legal proceedings. In response to belt-tightening within...
Tags: Lawyers, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Justice System, Judges
With interest rates near record lows, older savers are finding it harder to stomach bank CDs or Treasury bonds. But Belvidere, Ill., retiree Miles Fryar would be having fewer sleepless nights if he had parked his cash in those traditional investment...
The worst-case scenario for Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria is luckily not the case. Hechavarria said Thursday that his right arm injury, which landed him on the 15-day disabled list, shouldn't keep him out of the lineup much longer. Hechavarria...
He is, in my opinion, the greatest sports writer of all-time. He's hilariously funny. Incredibly poignant. Amazingly thought-provoking. Which is why I was shocked when I read Rick Reilly's column the other day and found it to be so definitively wrong....
There are trolls who live under bridges in fantasy novels. Then there are "copyright trolls." The latter have always occupied one of the most squalid corners of the legal system. They're people or firms that acquire copyrights to movies, music or...
WASHINGTON — Organizing for Action, President Obama’s nonprofit advocacy organization, has sought to be nimble as it ramps up a national effort to back his agenda on gun control measures and immigration reform. But it appears the group didn&...
PHOENIX – Clayton Kershaw’s representatives visited the Dodgers’ spring-training complex Wednesday, but not to negotiate a long-term extension for the opening-day starter. Casey Close and J.D. Smart were there to watch another of...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- There is new spring in Ned Colletti's step these days, a brighter glint in his eye. Both are traceable to the same thing: Frank McCourt is no longer even a distant speck in the Dodgers' rearview mirror. Colletti, Dodgers general...
PHOENIX – Kenley Jansen will draw a higher salary this season than the player many consider to be the best in baseball. Jansen will earn $512,000 -- or, $2,000 more than Mike Trout of the Angels. The players’ salaries are a reflection of...
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