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Bucking his detractors, the controversial leader of an L.A. AIDS nonprofit sets his sights on the national political stage



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In a state as expensive as California, and during a political year as crowded as 2016, most organizations would struggle to sponsor just one ballot measure. Fighting on two fronts is often reserved for the most formidable interest groups.

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