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D’Vorkin’s three-month tenure was disastrous, marked by clashes with staff and a vote by the newsroom to unionize, the first time in the paper’s 136 years. Tronc bounced D’Vorkin and, in late January, Kirk became editor in chief. About 10 days later, Tronc announced its deal to sell the California News Group to Soon-Shiong. Tronc will soon return to its former name of Tribune Publishing, two people close to the company said Monday. Pearlstine said he invited Kirk to stay in another capacity, but Kirk declined. “It’s unfortunate but I understand that new ownership wants to go in a different direction,” Kirk said. “I’ve had a terrific but short run…. We’ve done some great work, I’m happy about that.” The newsroom took on a party atmosphere throughout Monday. Midafternoon, more than 100 journalists toasted the newspaper’s new era in front of a banner with three crossed-out Tronc logos. Amid the festive sounds of champagne bottles being uncorked, Pulitzer Prize winner and longtime Metro reporter Bettina Boxall described the paper’s nearly two-decade-long Chicago ownership as the “20-year war.” “Here’s to the toughest newsroom in the whole business.
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Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles), said the statute was carefully crafted with the help of Eric H. Holder Jr., who served as attorney general under President Obama. “We made it very clear that we’re not interfering in the functions of immigration authorities to execute their job,” he said. California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra said the ruling confirmed that the state’s immigration-minded efforts will “work in concert — not conflict — with federal law.” Nor did the judge find any legal justification for blocking Assembly Bill 103, a law Brown signed in 2017 that ensures nine federally operated detention centers in California should be open to inspection by state officials. Trump administration attorneys argued in court that the law was a thinly disguised effort to thwart the government’s ability to hold those suspected of being in the U.S. illegally. Mendez, who was appointed by President George W. Bush in 2007, saw no such impediment. Instead, he ruled that the detention centers are supposed to comply with long-standing state and local laws, and that AB 103 simply ensures this is happening.
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