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  • Legislature now a stepping stone for would-be L.A. council members

     
    Once upon a time, a time before legislative term limits, the Los Angeles City Council used to be a stepping stone to the Legislature. But Assemblyman Bob Blumenfield’s entry into the San Fernando Valley’s 3rd District council race is just........
  • Gov. Brown signs bill aimed at public officials convicted of felonies

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill targeting elected officials who are felons...
  • Sen. Curren Price latest state lawmaker to seek L.A. council seat

     
    State Sen. Curren D. Price Jr. filed papers to seek the Los Angeles City Council seat occupied by Councilwoman Jan Perry, who is running for mayor. Price becomes the second Sacramento lawmaker to pursue that post and the sixth to run for office in the...
  • Alarcon loses race for 39th Assembly District

     
    Legislative aide Raul Bocanegra defeated Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon in the 39th Assembly District in the San Fernando Valley, preliminary election results show....
  • Labor federation backs seven for Los Angeles City Council

     
    The powerful L.A. County Federation of Labor threw its weight behind seven L.A. City Council candidates in the March 5 election -- but remained silent on the three biggest contests....
  • 58 will appear on ballot in L.A. City Hall races

     
    Fifty-eight candidates have qualified to run for city offices in Los Angeles' March 5 election, with the majority looking to fill open seats on the City Council, according to the final list from the City Clerk's office....
  • L.A. council won't exempt itself from Arizona boycott

     
    Los Angeles City Councilman Ed Reyes on Tuesday abandoned a push to exempt his colleagues from a boycott of Arizona, saying he did not want the city to be viewed as “wishy washy” on immigration and civil rights. Reyes called on the council...
  • Endorsements mount in two heated Assembly races

     
    State Sen. Gloria Negrete McLeod (D-Chino) has endorsed attorney Andrew Lachman, one of four candidates for an open, newly drawn San Fernando Valley-based state Assembly seat. Lachman also announced some additional backing, including three labor...
  • LA takes baby steps to keep Hollywood at home

     
    Is Los Angeles finally trying to become a film friendly city? Don't hold your breath. But the city council this morning unanimously approved a series of modest recommendations aimed at slowing the disturbing migration rate of TV and film production......
  • L.A. City Council committee weighs creating utility ratepayer advocate

     
    A Los Angeles City Council panel forged ahead today with plans for creating a new watchdog at the Department of Water and Power, despite vigorous objections from that agency’s top executive. The council’s Energy and Environment Committee asked its...
  • L.A. City Council to consider creating a city film commission to market Los Angeles

     
    The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday will consider creating the Los Angeles Film Commission to market the city to the film industry and help stem runaway production. Councilman Richard Alarcon proposed the idea, saying L.A. needs a more aggressive........