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Women's March Los Angeles: What You Need to Know for Saturday's Event

This Saturday, one day after Donald Trump is sworn in as the nation’s 45th president, groups all over the country will gather to march in many cities, including in Los Angeles. 628 more words

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Protesters March Through Los Angeles in Fourth Night of Anti-Trump Demonstrations

Roughly a thousand protesters marched through downtown Los Angeles on Friday in what marked the fourth night of unrest following Donald Trump’s election as president. 154 more words

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L.A. Closer to Tightening Rules Against ‘Mansionization’

Los Angeles moved one crucial step closer Thursday to tightening city rules meant to stop “mansionization” – the phenomenon of big, boxy homes popping up on not-so-big lots. 140 more words

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Police Commission Ruling Prompts Overnight Protest Outside L.A. City Hall

A police commission ruling in favor of officers involved in the fatal shooting of a woman in South Los Angeles prompted an overnight protest outside Los Angeles City Hall. 37 more words

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Gadfly Brings Box Cutter To LA City Council Committee Hearing

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Councilman Mitch Englander confirmed that a box cutter was brought to a Public Safety Committee hearing at City Hall Tuesday by City Hall gadfly. 366 more words


City Leaders, Activists Call for an End to 'Hate Speech' at L.A. City Hall

City leaders and community activists called on the Los Angeles County District Attorney`s Office to take legal action against individuals who use public meeting as a platform to “spew hate against women, against gays and against minorities.” Chris Wolfe reports for the KTLA 5 News at 6 on Monday, May 23, 2016. 26 more words

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Farmers Markets in L.A. Now Required to Accept EBT Cards After City Council Vote

The Los Angeles City Council Friday unanimously approved legislation requiring farmers markets across the city to accept CalFresh EBT cards.

Councilmember Jose Huizar worked with the Los Angeles Food Policy Council and Los Angeles Community Action Network on the proposal after the organizations approached him with the idea. 139 more words

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