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The committee to defeat Zimmer is called “LA Students for Change, Opposing Steve Zimmer for School Board 2017.” The group is newly formed, and there’s some ambiguity over its purpose in state records, where it is listed as: “Zimmer for School Board 2017; LA Students for Change, Opposing Steve.” It has not yet filed spending or contribution reports with the state.
The donation swamps other contributions so far in what have become the most expensive school board races in the country.
Earlier this month, United Teachers Los Angeles, the local teachers union, put 0,000 into an independent campaign on behalf of Zimmer.
In the March city elections, the two-term incumbent faces three challengers: attorney and former teacher Nick Melvoin; Gregory Martayan, who runs a communications and public relations firm; and Allison Holdorff, a parent who served on the board of Palisades Charter High School. Zimmer had raised ,393; Holdorff, ,791; and Gregory Martayan, ,225.
May 11, 2017: This column advised consumers to watch for provisions in contracts that limit the ability to resolve disputes, such as language that prevents suing or joining class-action lawsuits.
The company in the column, Master Matchmakers, did not include a class-action waiver in its contract, though it did include limits on damages that may be recovered.
“‘Domestic Violence Has No Place Here’ is a thought-provoking campaign that will bring awareness to this crisis and start important conversations in Los Angeles and beyond.”The campaign, developed in partnership with the Los Angeles Police Department, pairs romantic tropes — from boxes of chocolates and teddy bears, to hand-scribbled love notes and personalized jewelry — with starkly contrasting messages about control and violence.