October 1, 2022

Hollywood Actors Say Local Theaters in California Under Threat

Some veteran Hollywood actors say a law intended to help gig economy workers has the unintended consequence of threatening nonprofit theaters.  Mike O’Sullivan has the story from Los Angeles.
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