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  • L.A. may ease rush-hour construction ban for smaller streets

    L.A. may ease rush-hour construction ban for smaller streets
    More rush-hour construction projects could be permitted on Los Angeles’ smaller side streets, under a plan being considered by City Council members.
  • L.A. officials urge feds to do more to help immigrant children

    L.A. officials urge feds to do more to help immigrant children
    Several Los Angeles City Council members are calling on federal lawmakers to do more to help the thousands of immigrant children who have crossed the Mexican border alone in recent months. L.A. officials plan to introduce a council motion Friday...

    Some bumps in the road on the way to a bike-friendly L.A.

    Some bumps in the road on the way to a bike-friendly L.A.
    As the city of Los Angeles continues its ambitious 35-year project to build out 1,684 miles of bikeways, it is running into resistance in some neighborhoods from politicians, merchants and residents. Plans to paint bike lanes on a three-mile stretch of...

    L.A. councilmen make renewed push against wage theft

    L.A. councilmen make renewed push against wage theft
    Two Los Angeles City Council membersĀ began a push Tuesday for a new city ordinance that would crack down on businesses that cheat workers of their pay. "If you steal from a store, you go to jail," said Councilman Paul Koretz, who was joined by...

    L.A. councilmen push for ordinance to crack down on wage theft

    L.A. councilmen push for ordinance to crack down on wage theft
    Two Los Angeles City Council members began a push Tuesday for a new city ordinance that would crack down on businesses that cheat workers of their pay. "If you steal from a store, you go to jail," said Councilman Paul Koretz, who was joined by...