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Protest near airport seeks higher wages, workers’ rights

LOS ANGELES — A protest at Los Angeles International Airport concluded peacefully Nov. 29, the second of two local demonstrations that were part of a national wave of rallies and marches by fast-food, home-care, child-care and other workers in support of a $15-per-hour wage and workers’ rights. Organizers, including the Service Employees International Union, said Read More…

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Rams move has Inglewood looking forward

INGLEWOOD — A state-of-the-art football stadium and entertainment complex as part of a development that could challenge L.A. Live and The Grove as destination points have many members of the community excited. The National Football League last month gave the St. Louis Rams permission to relocate to Los Angeles and build a football stadium as Read More…

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Low-wage workers rally for more pay

LOS ANGELES — Fast-food workers and others employed in low-wage industries were joined by union activists Nov. 10 for a series of protests here and across the country as part of a continuing campaign for a $15-an-hour minimum wage. The local protests, organized by the Service Employees International Union, included fast-food, home-care and child-care workers, Read More…