Chase Scheinbaum | KCET
He is a 2012 graduate of Columbia Journalism School, where he focused on magazine writing, investigative journalism and video storytelling. He is the winner of a 2008 Associated Press feature-writing award. He lives in Los Angeles.
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The federal Department of Justice concluded that LA County provides inadequate suicide prevention and mental health services to mentally ill prisoners.
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West Hollywood requires public restrooms to be gender neutral, rather than designated for men or women.
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Deep cuts to social services have helped ease California's finances.
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A new statewide bill would address what some might consider the what's-wrong-with-this-picture nature of these investigations.
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Scores of U.S. senators and representatives signaled their support.
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With a new bill in Sacramento, Sen. Jerry Hill joins parents and athletes across California.