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June 12, 1996 | David E. Brady, Donna Mungen, Lucille Renwick and Stephanie Stassel
To explore the causes of poverty in the San Fernando Valley and what the future may hold, The Times asked several community and political leaders and social service officials to explore the subject in a round-table discussion. The participants: Jack Kyser, chief economist with the Economic Development Corp. of Los Angeles County; Lew Hollman, senior attorney with San Fernando Valley Neighborhood Legal Services Inc; Bobbi Fiedler, former U.S. representative and a Northridge resident; U.S. Rep.
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June 12, 1996 | David E. Brady, Donna Mungen, Lucille Renwick and Stephanie Stassel
To explore the causes of poverty in the San Fernando Valley and what the future may hold, The Times asked several community and political leaders and social service officials to explore the subject in a round-table discussion. The participants: Jack Kyser, chief economist with the Economic Development Corp. of Los Angeles County; Lew Hollman, senior attorney with San Fernando Valley Neighborhood Legal Services Inc; Bobbi Fiedler, former U.S. representative and a Northridge resident; U.S. Rep.
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May 19, 1995 | MICHAEL ARKUSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The kids are not all right in California. Almost one-third of them, in fact, are living in poverty. That's according to a new study by the Children's Advocacy Institute at the UC San Diego School of Law, which indicates that the number of children living in poverty in the state jumped from 21.7% in 1989--1.66 million--to 28.6%--2.36 million--in 1994. In the last five years, according to the institute, more children have entered poverty than in the previous two decades.
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