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Race for LA Mayor

Jessica Li and Mustang Staff November 11, 2022

After a stormy election day, the results of the California and LA Country election have not been finalized. It will still be a few weeks before all the votes are counted. With 98% of votes counted...

Provided by The New York Times

Court Challenges Student Loan Forgiveness

Danny Farias and Mustang Staff October 20, 2022

On October 21, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a temporary stay to President Biden's student loan forgiveness program. This does not cancel out pending applications, though, and applicants can...

Provided by Forbes

Ban on Gas-Powered Vehicle Sales

Nicole Hsu, Jiajun Shen, and Kylie Lee October 9, 2022

In August California’s Air Resources Board (CARB) voted to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles in California by 2035. Gov. Gavin Newsom introduced this as an executive order in 2020 and this will...

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Newsom Supports Abortion Amendment

Kylie Lee and Catherine Lo September 18, 2022

If Proposition 1 passes in California, a new amendment in the state constitution would declare that the state "shall not deny or interfere with an individual's...right to choose to have an abortion." A...

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Climate Change Solution?

Ashleen Chen and Scarlett Tran September 7, 2022

During the Labor Day heat wave communities throughout LA County saw temperatures rise to 110 degrees for about a week, causing power outages and great discomfort. Many scientists today attribute these...

Courtesy of CNBC

Mask Mandate Ends

Rennie Chi and Mustang Staff March 11, 2022

Indoor masking is now not required for students and staff at schools in LAUSD starting March 23.  The LAUSD Board of Education and the teacher's union agreed to align with the county recommendations and...

Haitian migrants entering Del Rio, Texas through Mexico (Provided by AP)

Title 42 Immigration Policy

Fiona Wang and Mustang Staff March 5, 2022

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky stated that the CDC will stop authorizing U.S. border agents to expel migrants without asylum interviews starting May 23. This decision was made because of the drop in Covid-19...

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Enforce the Anti-Camping Ordinance

Audrey Tamanaha and Mustang Staff December 10, 2021

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti signed a city ordinance to restrict the homeless from camping on sidewalks and public places. Garcetti, who was confirmed by the Senate to become ambassador to India, stated, "We...

Provided by Argosy (ATL Constitution Journal)

Trust the Facts, Get the Vax

Samantha Nguyen December 9, 2021

Last October the San Francisco Department of Health shut down the In-N-Out hamburger eatery in Fisherman's Wharf for refusing to follow the city mandate to check customer proof of vaccination. Arnie Wensinger,...

Why Teens Need 8 Hours of Sleep

Why Teens Need 8 Hours of Sleep

Reyna Guan, Mai Truong, and Annie Huang November 5, 2021

Reyna Guan, Mai Truong, and Annie Huang discuss why teens need at least eight hours of sleep a day to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Courtesy of NBC Bay Area

California voters reject the Recall

Jayleen Azpeitia September 21, 2021

California voters rejected the Recall and showed their support for Governor Gavin Newsom with almost 8 million votes for "NO on the Recall" (99% of votes counted). According to Politico, the NO vote was...

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