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$1.2-million golden parachute [Ted Rall cartoon]

A Ted Rall cartoon looks at the case of Rudolf Montiel, an executive who was hired and then fired by the L.A. Housing Authority and walked away with $1.2 million
Rudolf Montiel, an executive who was hired and then fired by the L.A. Housing Authority, has walked away with a cool $1.2 million. Or, as his critics like to put it, money that could be used to house people.

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Cartoon by Ted Rall / For The Times

 

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