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March 30, 2012  
This Week in the Frying Pan
Bobbi Murray says it ain't over yet, as she covers LAANE's appeal of city building permits that were granted last week to Walmart's Chinatown project.
   

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Cynthia Villareal, who provides in-home care for her autistic daughter, warns against a looming crisis for Californians requiring long-term health care.

 

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Featured Media:
Walmart workers
explain how
Walmart's paltry
wages and benefits
force many of them
onto public
assistance. One of
the Walmart workers
displayed his
Walmart employee
ID alongside his
welfare card.

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