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Cannabis Sales Have Dropped Off Dramatically, Just Weeks After Hitting All-Time Highs

Local cannabis retailers are hanging their hopes on delivery and pick-up services

As Layoffs Continue, L.A.’s Hotel Workers Are in Crisis

"Things are just awful right now on so many levels," says one hospitality union rep
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Trump’s EPA Has Slashed Obama Era Pollution Standards for New Cars

As the world grapples with a respiratory illness, the administration lowers air pollution regulations for automakers
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Grocery Workers Adjust to Life on the Front Lines of a Crisis

Even as panic-buying relaxes and crowds are controlled, employees of area supermarkets fear for their health and safety
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Media Mogul Byron Allen’s Racial Discrimination Suit Against Comcast Was Just Dealt a Big Blow

He lost this round but the determined entrepreneur vows to take his fight to Congress and the presidential candidates to get laws changed

L.A.’s Exotic Dancers Are Launching a Labor Movement

A California Supreme Court decision changed their classification; now exotic dancers are ready to unionize
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Once Dismissed as a Lightweight, Shari Redstone Is Now the Most Powerful Woman in Town

Sumner Redstone’s determined daughter clawed back control of his dynasty with her long-dreamed merger of CBS and Viacom
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Mike Tyson Is Opening a “Weed Resort” Near L.A.

The desert property will include a farm, amphitheater, and glamping facilities

One of L.A.’s Most Famous Homes Was Just Purchased with a Pet Cannabis Fortune

The new owner will use Lloyd Wright's Sowden House as a “cannabis oasis”