Wednesday, July 26

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Nick Melvoin, far left, defeated Los Angeles school board inclumbent Steve Zimmer in a runoff election Tuesday night. Melvoin is a charter school advocate. (April Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Chris Campbell: Newly elected LA school board must improve charter school accessibility

We can all agree Los Angeles needs better schools. Whether that means appending the word “charter” is a bit more contentious. And contentious is the perfect word to describe Tuesday’s Los Angeles Board of Education election, especially when it comes to the Westside’s own contest between incumbent board President Steve Zimmer and challenger Nick Melvoin. Read more...

Nick Melvoin, far left, defeated Los Angeles school board inclumbent Steve Zimmer in a runoff election Tuesday night. Melvoin is a charter school advocate. (April Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Lots were once available in Pacific Palisades for as low as $2,000 (about $28,500 in today's money). (Daily Bruin archives)
Lots were once available in Pacific Palisades for as low as $2,000 (about $28,500 in today's money). (Daily Bruin archives)

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USAC campaigns tend to involve many violations of the election code. For example, last year's Social Justice Referendum campaign spent nearly ten times the established spending limit. (Daily Bruin file photo)
USAC campaigns tend to involve many violations of the election code. For example, last year's Social Justice Referendum campaign spent nearly ten times the established spending limit. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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