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  • 'Hasta que por fin nos escucharon'

    'Hasta que por fin nos escucharon'
    Marisa Morones no olvida cómo el verano pasado paseaba frente a la piscina del Centro de Aprendizaje Miguel Contreras y sus tres pequeños hijos suspiraban cada vez que veían la piscina olímpica, frustrados por no poder refrescarse en ella. Ayer, esos...
  • L.A.'s top budget expert says filing for bankruptcy, as Riordan suggests, would be foolish

     
    The top budget expert at Los Angeles City Hall said Friday that the municipal government is climbing out of its fiscal sinkhole –- and would be foolish to file for bankruptcy as a way of solving its problems. City Administrative......
  • City's policy analyst makes Arizona boycott recommendations

     
    Responding to calls for an economic boycott of Arizona, the city’s top policy analyst Tuesday identified a total of $56 million in Arizona-related investments and recommended that the City Council suspend travel to the state, refrain from entering new...
  • L.A. City Council votes to ban travel and future contracts with Arizona because of tough new immigration law

     
    The Los Angeles City Council, protesting Arizona’s crackdown on illegal immigration, on Wednesday voted to ban most city travel to Arizona and future contracts with companies in that state. During a morning-long debate on the resolution, council members...
  • Abandon thy car?

    Today, Cato Institute senior fellow Randal O'Toole and local blogger Will Campbell weigh cycling as an alternative form of commuting. Previously, they debated motorist-cyclist confrontations, spending public money on bikes lanes and paths, and other...
  • L.A. Council approves purchase of dairy site for future park along Los Angeles River

     
    The Los Angeles City Council today approved the purchase of a 6.3-acre dairy site along the L.A. River that officials hope to transform into a public park and water treatment center. Officials have eyed the Albion Dairy site for several......
  • State applies for federal funds for high-speed rail line

     
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was joined by several state and local officials today at Union Station in downtown Los Angeles to announce California's application for $4.7 billion in federal money to fund a high-speed rail line. California voters approved a...
  • L.A. City Council pulls back plan to raise fees for development appeals

     
    Bowing to pressure from homeowner groups and environmental advocates, the Los Angeles City Council voted today to pull back a plan to hike fees for residents and groups that seek to challenge the city???s development decisions. The council had been......
  • L.A. City Council votes to buy land in El Sereno for $9 million to settle lawsuit [Updated]

     
    The Los Angeles City Council voted today to settle a lawsuit over a contested 24-home subdivision planned for El Sereno, agreeing to buy the property for $9 million so it can be converted into a park. The developers of the......
  • L.A. City Council panels reject ban on medical marijuana sales

     
    Rejecting the advice of the city attorney, two Los Angeles City Council committees voted today to scrap a proposed provision that would have banned the sale of medical marijuana. The controversial measure, first proposed a year and a half ago,......
  • L.A. Council to discuss billboards amid calls to have digital signs removed

     
    Some of those bright, flashing digital billboards across Los Angeles could soon go dark if a handful of City Council members have their way. A council committee today will begin wrestling with how the city should proceed in the wake......