Anita Chabria is a California columnist for the Los Angeles Times, based in Sacramento. Before joining The Times, she worked for the Sacramento Bee as a member of its statewide investigative team and previously covered criminal justice and City Hall.
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The bipartisan hearings, which continue Thursday, have shown why we need more people like Californian Kermit Jones in Congress, not election deniers.
Ibram X. Kendi joins the L.A. Times Book Club to discuss “How to Raise an Antiracist.”
Some say Chesa Boudin’s recall spells doom for reformist prosecutors. But would we really return to the days of over-incarceration and bias?
Facilities where people can use drugs without repercussions remain illegal in California. San Francisco is running one anyway.
Judges appointed by Trump are already tripping up California’s gun safety laws. Even after Uvalde, the Supreme Court may eviscerate them.
Sara Kruzan fue víctima de la trata y mató a su agresor cuando tenía 16 años. Aunque ha sido liberada de la cárcel, busca el indulto de Gavin Newsom.
Sara Kruzan was trafficked and killed her abuser when she was 16 years old. Though released from prison, she is seeking a pardon from Gavin Newsom.
In his new book, professor Ibram X. Kendi gives advice on how to raise anti-racist kids, and on how talking about race helps us all.
For years, this Canadian city has hosted safe consumption sites for addicts. They’ve saved lives, but with some painful tradeoffs.
This mom knew having another child wasn’t the right decision for her. Facing Texas’ new restrictive abortion law, she saw California as her best hope.