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Gloria Romero

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  • Democrat takes on teachers union in Prop. 32 ad

     
    A former Democratic lawmaker takes on California's largest teachers union in a new ad for Proposition 32, the November ballot measure that promises to eliminate special-interest money in politics. In a two-minute Web video posted on YouTube this week,...
  • Newton: A split among Democrats

    Newton: A split among Democrats
    Gloria Romero is a Democrat. She was elected to the California Assembly as a Democrat and later to the state Senate. She served as Democratic leader of the Senate, the first woman to do so. Ben Austin is a Democrat too. He worked in the White House...
  • Newton: A.J. Duffy in exile

    Newton: A.J. Duffy in exile
    A.J. Duffy is, at least for the moment, a man without a country. He led United Teachers Los Angeles, the union that represents teachers in the nation's second-largest school district, for six bruising years, tussling with the mayor and several...
  • Bullies in blue

    THE SLOW DEATH of a worthy bill being discussed in Sacramento offers powerful evidence of what happens to a state when it comes under the control of its police. State Sen. Gloria Romero (D-Los Angeles), the author of SB 1019, has done her best to right...
  • L.A. Unified's gardening program may be uprooted

    The seeds of a thousand lessons are sown in five acres of North Hollywood dirt, tended by a man named Mud. Here in this little-known oasis, Mud Baron and urban teenagers with a heretofore unknown penchant for rare flowers toil under a blazing sun to...
  • Audit questions CHP's use of plane

    State auditors questioned the California Highway Patrol in a report Tuesday about a costly executive airplane that auditors say was used to transport non-agency personnel and make trips that were either unnecessary or could have been made more...
  • Walter Moore: L.A. mayoral candidate

    Since Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa called for expanding the Police Department by at least 1,000 officers, 694 have joined the force. Considering that crime continues to decline in Los Angeles, should the hiring go forward even in the face of dramatic budget...
  • Carlos Alvarez: L.A. mayoral candidate

    1) Since Mayor Villaraigosa called for expanding the police department by at least 1,000 officers, 694 have joined the force. Considering that crime continues to be down in Los Angeles, should the hiring go forward even in the face of dramatic budget...
  • James Harris: Mayoral candidate

    Since Mayor Villaraigosa called for expanding the police department by at least 1,000 officers, 694 have joined the force. Considering that crime continues to decline in Los Angeles, should the hiring go forward even in the face of dramatic budget...
  • Phil Jennerjahn: L.A. mayoral candidate

    Since Mayor Villaraigosa called for expanding the police department by at least 1,000 officers, 694 have joined the force. Considering that crime continues to be down in Los Angeles, should the hiring go forward even in the face of dramatic budget...
  • David R. Hernandez: L.A. mayoral candidate

    Since Mayor Villaraigosa called for expanding the Police Department by at least 1,000 officers, 694 have joined the force. Considering that crime continues to be down in Los Angeles, should the hiring go forward even in the face of dramatic budget...