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News

Spin-off: LAT awaits the unknown

A web page of the L.A. Times viewed through a magnifying glass. (Photo: Gil C., via Shutterstock)

For the 133-year-old Los Angeles Times and other print news publications adapting to the digital media age, the only thing that’s certain is an uncertain future. That became clearer than ever when the Tribune Company announced last week that on Aug. 4 it will create a new corporation known as the Tribune Publishing Company to take over its eight newspapers, including the L.A. Times and Chicago Tribune.

Opinion

Injured workers pay price for reform

OPINION: Seemingly every decade or so, California’s workers’ compensation system is deemed to be “fixed — once and for all.” And yet, like clockwork, each subsequent round of changes to workers’ compensation brings about unintended consequences once in effect.

News

Bipartisan bid to end Legislature’s 30-days-in-print anachronism

One of the Legislature’s archaic rules that lawmakers say needlessly delays action on bills would be eliminated through a newly introduced constitutional amendment Republican and Democratic lawmakers hope to place on the 2014 ballot.

 

If voters approve, the change would end the Legislature’s 30-days-in-print rule, which requires exactly that: No hearing or vote can

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