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Mike Feuer

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  • Toxic chemical rules are on Brown's agenda

     
    As Congress struggles to reform the 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act, California in the next few months is expected to issue comprehensive rules curbing chemicals in consumer products such as toys, cosmetics and plastics. On Thursday, U.S. Sen. Frank...
  • Schwarzenegger's healthcare reform legacy

     
    The GOP's surge across the country has put Obamacare in jeopardy, but California's lame-duck Republican governor has nevertheless signed a series of bills that implement key pieces of the federal healthcare reform law. And in so doing, he put California.....
  • Governor signs bills aimed at improving child-abuse investigations

     
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed a trio of bills to improve the quality of child-abuse investigations and increase support for foster children when they turn 18 years old. Two of the bills are aimed at improving the Los Angeles County......
  • Schwarzenegger decision could have an impact on looted-art claim against Norton Simon Museum

     
    A stroke of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s pen could influence a high-stakes art saga: Marei Von Saher’s claim that two of the Norton Simon Museum’s prized paintings are rightfully hers. The governor, facing a deadline of midnight Thursday, signed...
  • The law and a first DUI: What you need to know

     
    TRANSPORTATION ISSUE: In our world of mobile computing and omnipresent Internet connectivity, it was only a matter of time before drivers discovered they could tweet or post Facebook updates about camped-out police busting drivers for violations. Smart...
  • Pilot program to make DUI offenders take breath tests before driving

     
    Motorists convicted of drunk driving will have to test their breath for alcohol before they start their vehicles under a pilot program set to begin in July in Los Angeles County and three other California counties. DUI offenders convicted after......
  • People in the News: Beeves given Ellis Island medals

    Dr. Jerold Beeve and his wife Dorothy Beeve, of La Cañada Flintridge, were each awarded one of 100 Ellis Island Medals of Honor presented in May by the National Ethnic Coalition. The couple are founders of the Beeve Foundation for World Eye and Health...
  • State Assembly Considers Making Child Court Cases Public

    State Assembly Considers Making Child Court Cases Public
    Nearly 60,000 California children are supervised by a county dependency court. But who's supervising those courts?  "They don't get the attention they deserve in a system where the caseloads of social workers are overwhelming. The case loads of...
  • Publishers toast paper's anniversary

    Michael and Karen Villalpando have come a long way in the publishing world since mortgaging their home in 1990 to purchase the Park Labrea News. Over the past 21 years, the longtime La Cañada Flintridge residents worked hard to grow the once 3,000-...
  • CA Legislators Introduce Bills to Avoid Penn State-Type Scandals

    CA Legislators Introduce Bills to Avoid Penn State-Type Scandals
    SACRAMENTO (KTLA) - California lawmakers are rushing to introduce legislation aimed at preventing scandals similar to that involving former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky, as his preliminary hearing on sex abuse charges begins this week. CA...
  • Legislators look to quiet helicopter noise

    State Assemblyman Mike Feuer (D-Los Angeles) introduced a resolution last week urging the U.S. Congress to pass legislation that would reduce helicopter noise over L.A. County neighborhoods. The Los Angeles Residential Helicopter Noise Relief Act,...
  • Villaraigosa to Pitch Sales Tax Extension in State of the City

    Faced with a congressional stalemate over transportation funding, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa wants county voters to approve an indefinite extension of a half-cent sales tax used for transit projects. A proposed November ballot measure will be...