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If Bernie Sanders runs away with the California primary, he’d amass a large number of delegates. Voters who oppose him must identify the strongest moderate.
State Laws, Politics & Policy
Incumbent Councilmen David Ryu and John Lee have benefited from outside spending, as has council candidate Kevin de León.
The candidates running for L.A. County supervisor have pledged to ease homelessness, but many were in elected office as it became a crisis.
Many of the Democratic candidates for president rarely mention the housing crisis. Some have released bold plans; others have promised little or nothing.
The Times spent 24 hours at LAFD’s Station No. 9 on skid row, joining firefighters on calls, for training and during meals. It’s the busiest station in L.A.
Not that a tax increase wouldn’t be justified to remedy what Newsom correctly called “a disgrace” in the richest state of the richest nation. But that would depend on details — about who gets taxed and how the money is spent—and probably require a special interest-sponsored ballot initiative.
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Kern County violated California environmental law while approving more than 1,000 oil drilling permits in five years, an appeals court has ruled.
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