Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Tuesday 2.17.09

  • The Legislature remains stalled, so layoff notices are headed to at least 10,000 state workers. Rough & Tumble
  • Inside the new Washington journalism force that is Politico. New Republic
  • Paul Pringle of the Los Angeles Times won a prestigious Polk Award for his stories on corruption in the Service Employees International Union. AP, LAT
  • This afternoon's hearing in Roman Polanski's bid to have his case dismissed puts the focus on documentary filmmaker Marina Zenovich. Linda Deutsch/AP, LAT
  • Raise the parking rates arbitrarily and exorbitantly and guess what, fewer people use the parking lots. LA Eastside
  • Today is the deadline to register to vote in the March 3 city election.
  • Patterico celebrates today his sixth blogiversary. Ours is coming up. Patterico's Pontifications
  • Theatre critic James Sims read "with great dismay" of the critic dismissals at LA Weekly, Daily Variety and the Daily News. Broadway World

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