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  • Harassed on the bus or train? File a report, Metro says

    Harassed on the bus or train? File a report, Metro says
    Los Angeles County transportation officials Thursday introduced a public awareness campaign aimed at reducing sexual harassment on buses and trains, after a survey found more than 1 in 5 passengers has experienced unwanted sexual behavior riding Metro.
  • L.A. County makes it easier for ex-inmates to get Section 8 housing

     L.A. County makes it easier for ex-inmates to get Section 8 housing
    In a close vote, Los Angeles County supervisors decided Tuesday to make it easier for people released from jail or prison to apply for federally subsidized housing. The county had previously rejected any applicant who was on probation or parole from...

    Should L.A. County lift ban so parolees can live in public housing?

    Should L.A. County lift ban so parolees can live in public housing?
    Los Angeles County officials are considering easing restrictions that bar people with criminal records from housing assistance programs. The county Housing Authority's standards are stricter than federal guidelines and also stricter than the city of Los...

    L.A. County supervisors poised to begin weighing minimum wage hike

    L.A. County supervisors poised to begin weighing minimum wage hike
    A majority of Los Angeles County supervisors want to consider raising the minimum wage for county residents and employees, joining a growing number of local governments in the region. Officials in the city of Los Angeles are considering raising the...

    L.A. County supervisors debate whether to lock up at-risk foster youth

    L.A. County supervisors debate whether to lock up at-risk foster youth
    It's a universal principle: Lock up the criminal not the victim. No one has ever doubted that the pimps who brazenly exploit the foster care system to profit from the sex trade are criminals. But it took awhile for Los Angeles County decision makers...