Letter to the Editor: It’s Time to Create a Healthcare System that Puts Patient Needs First

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Many of us who are insured are constantly worried about whether or not we will be able to get the care we need because we cannot afford the rising premiums, deductibles, co-pays and out-of-pocket expenses being demanded by the...
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Op-Ed: The Future of Long Beach Depends on Sanctuary

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Across the United States but especially in California, the Cambodian refugee community has been hit hard by anti-immigration orders.
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Find Out About the Team Swaps, Enhanced Vehicles and Driver Rankings Ahead of this April’s Grand Prix

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The countdown stands at less than 60 days until we hear those magic words, “Drivers, start your engines!’ and 14 teams have been busy during the offseason preparing as well.
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Op-Ed: Does North Long Beach Need That Many Liquor Stores?

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There is a serious financial and social opportunity cost associated with these liquor stores. They are taking up prime real estate space for something that could be a lot more lucrative like a cool cafe and/or coffee shop or...
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OP-ED: We Don’t Want to Press Charges but Still Want Resolution

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Restorative Justice may not work for every person and every scenario but it’s important for people to know that there are other options besides the dichotomy of engaging versus not engaging the criminal justice system.
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OP-ED: KLBP, Long Beach Public Radio Prevails with the Wind in its Sails

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I know the process to get our station up and running has been slow, but when you're talking about building a powerful media tool in your community that has the potential to last well beyond your lifetime, there's no...

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Op-Ed: Long Beach Pride Welcomes Community to Discuss, Resolve Grievances

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Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride Inc.'s Board of Directors welcomes the opportunity to meet with California Families in Focus (CFF) and any other member of the community to discuss and resolve...

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OP-ED: Why Long Beach Needs to Protect Working Women More Than Ever

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As this powerful moment in history spurs a consensus around the need to listen and trust women and their stories, action on critical protections for all working women is urgent.

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OP-ED: Former CSULB Professor Who Helped Minority Students Advance Deserves Landmark

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With the passing of 84-year-old Dr. Joseph L. White on Nov. 21, 2017, Cal State Long Beach should establish a landmark to memorialize his legacy on campus.

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Op-Ed: The Revitalization of Long Beach Boulevard – Our Namesake Corridor

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Long Beach Boulevard has a long and winding history. Nestled in the center of Downtown Long Beach, the boulevard was once known as American Avenue until 1959, when the City of Long Beach changed its street signs to reflect the name...

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