Nepotism; favoritism shown to relatives, especially in appointment to desirable positionsFROM THE LA TIMES
- California jobs go to those with connections
Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times / File
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"Lawmakers can hire anyone they choose. Sometimes that means friends and family.
"It looks like nepotism," said Tracy Westen, chief executive of the Center for Governmental Studies in Los Angeles. "It's the kind of thing the public doesn't like: people using their power and influence to provide cushy jobs to friends and family."
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