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Labor march gathering for Tuesday; Jamiel's Law in Wave, CityBeat

A gathering phalanx of laborers will march an intriguing route---from the La Brea Tar Pits to the Port of Los Angeles---beginning next Tuesday, April 15, to raise awareness of the discrepancy between the cost of living and wages, the Wave. Los Angeles to the marchers is "the low wage capital of the United States." The 28-mile march will last three days.

The Wave also reports on the plea in City Council by the father of Jamiel Shaw, Jr. to end Special Order 40. If you missed it, the Accused killer of Jamiel Shaw Jr., Pedro Espinoza, pleads not guilty.

Also add CityBeat to the growing list of publications that are taking a peek at Jamiel's Law, and even daring to call it that by name. CityBeat even went so far as to make mention of Walter Moore's wife Judy's appearance in Chamber Tuesday.

BTW, when those marchers get to the Port of LA, they'll arrive in a diesel-death zone that LA Sniper Alan Mittlestadt says has been written off by Antonio, in his CityBeat piece this week.