Linda Rogers

Linda Rogers

Linda Rogers has extensive experience in handling news, analysis and investigations, emphasizing accountability in public policy and politics. In 22 years at the Los Angeles Times, much of it as California Political Editor, she oversaw the Sacramento bureau, ran state campaign and election coverage and managed public opinion polls conducted with USC. Linda has also directed and edited coverage of nonpolitical California news and international affairs. Before coming to California she was Editor of World Press Review magazine in New York City. She has a Master's degree in journalism from the University of Michigan.


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Expanding the ‘sanctuary’ state, while a city seeks a different type of sanctuary