David joined the Los Angeles Business Journal in November 2008 and currently covers the non-profit sector and local casinos. He carries a Bachelor of Arts degree and hails from the Los Angeles Times where he spent 23 years covering education, religion, environment, health, transportation, crime and other general assignments.
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