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Gloria Molina

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  • Jim Newton: L.A. supervisors vs. their CEO

    Jim Newton: L.A. supervisors vs. their CEO
    Los Angeles government has few more cringe-inducing spectacles than the regular flaying of department heads by the county's Board of Supervisors. Countless such face-offs have occurred over the years, and inevitably, whatever the failings of the administrators in question, you end up feeling sorry for them.
  • Gloria Molina: L.A.'s 'first Latina'

    Gloria Molina's life has been one of contradictions: the famous feminist politician from East L.A., the career policymaker/politician who still feels like an outsider. She can claim many "firsts," a lot of admirers and a lot of political foes. The first...

    Newton: Free speech and L.A. County's supervisors

    Newton: Free speech and L.A. County's supervisors
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors oversees a vast operation: It incarcerates thousands of inmates; it cares for children whose parents have abused or neglected them; it runs hospitals, clinics, beaches, harbors, parks and a welfare system. So...

    Newton: Creating a Latino district

    Newton: Creating a Latino district
    There are two conversations going on inside the L.A. County Hall of Administration about the delicate matter of redrawing maps for the supervisorial districts. Both will come to a head Tuesday, but only one will be publicly acknowledged. The surface...

    Newton: L.A.'s sniping supervisors

    Newton: L.A.'s sniping supervisors
    There is a serious conversation worth having about term limits and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Supporters of the limits — currently three terms of four years each — argue that they are necessary because once supervisors are in...