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Mike Feuer

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  • South L.A. drug ring busted, nearly 7.7 million doses of PCP seized

    Federal authorities have seized about 7.7 million doses of PCP and arrested 20 people in connection with a drug ring tied to a South Los Angeles street gang, officials announced Wednesday. In two indictments, authorities charged 40 people with ties to...
  • L.A. city leaders unsatisfied with audit of DWP-funded nonprofits

    L.A. city leaders unsatisfied with audit of DWP-funded nonprofits
    Los Angeles Department of Water and Power union leader Brian D'Arcy's effort to "clear the air" and explain what happened to more than $40 million in ratepayer money paid to two nonprofits has failed to convince city leaders calling for full accounting of...
  • Smith & Wesson joins fight against 'microstamping'

    Smith & Wesson joins fight against 'microstamping'
    SACRAMENTO — Gun maker Smith & Wesson announced Thursday that it would stop selling newly designed semiautomatic pistols in California because of a state law requiring those firearms to imprint a unique, identifying "microstamp" on bullet casings....
  • Gun firms' 'microstamping' protests are 'baloney,' law's author says

    Gun firms' 'microstamping' protests are 'baloney,' law's author says
    Gun makers' objections to a California law that requires firearms to imprint a unique "microstamp" on bullet casings are "baloney" and "posturing," said Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer, who introduced the legislation while serving in the state Assembly....
  • EPA accuses oil firm of endangering health of nearby residents

    EPA accuses oil firm of endangering health of nearby residents
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency formally accused a South Los Angeles oil operation of putting the health and safety of nearby residents at risk by failing to maintain safe operations or take steps to prevent accidental releases of hazardous...
  • Montebello hospital accused of dumping homeless patient will pay fine

    Montebello hospital accused of dumping homeless patient will pay fine
    A Montebello hospital accused of dumping a homeless patient on skid row will pay a $250,000 fine and face new protocols rather than face civil and criminal charges, according to the Los Angeles city attorney's office. Officials at the 224-bed Beverly...
  • L.A. City Atty. Mike Feuer vows to crack down on 'patient dumping'

    L.A. City Atty. Mike Feuer vows to crack down on 'patient dumping'
    Nearly a decade after local hospitals were exposed abandoning homeless patients on downtown's skid row, Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer on Friday vowed to crack down on the illegal practice that still continues. In a settlement announced Friday, the...
  • L.A. city controller issuing subpoenas as standoff over DWP heats up

    L.A. city controller issuing subpoenas as standoff over DWP heats up
    More than $40 million spent over the last decade to improve labor relations at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has, instead, sparked an increasingly tense standoff between a union boss and the city's most powerful elected officials. City...
  • L.A. controller will subpoena financial records from DWP union chief

    L.A. controller will subpoena financial records from DWP union chief
    More than $40 million spent over the last decade to improve labor relations at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has instead sparked an increasingly tense standoff between a union boss and the city’s most powerful elected officials....
  • L.A. sues to block oil field near USC from reopening

    L.A. sues to block oil field near USC from reopening
    The Los Angeles city attorney filed a lawsuit Tuesday to stop Allenco Energy Inc. from reopening in South Los Angeles, accusing the company of ignoring years of evidence that fumes from its oil fields were sickening residents of the surrounding...
  • DWP union chief refuses to hand over financial records to auditor

    DWP union chief refuses to hand over financial records to auditor
    The politically powerful head of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's largest union has refused to cooperate with an audit of two nonprofit trusts established to improve relations between management and labor at the city-owned utility. City...