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It doesn’t take long to get a taste for the great food trucks that crowd a city of restaurants.
The Los Angeles Times, a daily newspaper in what seems like a city of great foodies, announced this month that their readers could get a free breakfast by taking part in the city’s first Food Truck Breakfast on Jan. 1.
Here’s more from the announcement:
We’re working to get a truck-based breakfast into the Los Angeles Times on January 1, with 100 trucks providing food for hungry Angelenos. There will be no need to bring lunch or dinner, and you can bring just about anything.
The $1 per ticket breakfast will be at the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Vermont Avenue.
The city’s first Food Truck Breakfast took place at a local church in November.
In its fight against the U.S. government, the Justice Department and defense attorneys are now being required to file hundreds of sealed documents with the court, according to government lawyers who have seen a copy of this year’s schedule.
It is the first major change in the government’s use of sealed documents to compel witness testimony after a 2008 Supreme Court ruling that opened the door to discovery and opened the door to government demands for secret documents in terrorism-related cases where it is suspected that suspects are cooperating with authorities.
In a related case — one that involves the same person facing terrorism charges — Justice Department lawyers, representing the government, are now required to file hundreds of additional sealed documents with the court, an increase of more than 300 percent from the current 200.
Under the 2008 court ruling, a federal appeals court held that evidence obtained in evidence requests is not to be made public “unless the district court makes a finding as to the public’s interest in the confidentiality and the government demonstrates there is an alternative course of obtaining the information that involves more disclosure.”
At the time, the government argued that because the cases were pending in local courts and the cases involved a single individual, information would have to be made public if it were necessary to prevent another person from being “submerged in his personal, business or professional life.”
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