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In re Establishment of The Wall St. Journal, B230791

In an appeal from a judgment of the trial court declaring The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) a newspaper of general circulation for the City of Los Angeles, judgment is affirmed where a newspaper is "printed," within the meaning of Government Code sections 6000 and 6003, at the place where the mechanical production of circulation copies of the newspaper takes place, whatever the particular means of production employed, such that WSJ is printed in Los Angeles because the mechanical work of producing circulation copies of the newspaper took place in the city for the requisite period of time.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 10/11/2011
  • Published 10/11/2011




  • California Court of Appeal


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