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La Habra Teacher’s Strike (Reporter: David Nazar; Photographer: Keith Spitzer)

Reporter David Nazar talks to both sides of the labor dispute in the La Habra City School District.

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La Habra Teachers Strike (Reporter: David Nazar; Photographer: Keith Spitzer)

KOCE reporter David Nazar talks to both sides of the labor dispute in the La Habra School District where teachers are currently out on strike.

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