California Voters To Face Up To 18 Ballot Questions In November Voters will face up to 18 ballot questions in November that could end the death penalty, cut into the cost of prescription drugs and free marijuana smokers to legally light up in the nation's most populous state. LA City Council Votes To Put Homeless Bond Measure On November Ballot The Los Angeles City Council voted Thursday whether to ask voters to authorize $1.2 billion in bonds to be issued over 10 years to tackle the city’s homeless problem.
Attorney General Brings Community Policing Tour To Los Angeles Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Budget Of More Than $122 billion Report: It’s Harder To Know Who’s Paying For Political Ads Hillary Clinton To Attend Town Hall Discussion On Digital Content In Hollywood U.K. Heads For ‘Brexit’ With Historic Vote On Europe, British Media Projects LA Activists Disappointed By Supreme Court Decision On Immigration $3B Bond To Improve State, Local Parks Considered For November Ballot Democrats Stage All-Day Sit-In Over Guns
New LA Minimum Wage Kicks In Friday $10.50 per hour is now the minimum wage for LA businesses with 25 employees. Six paid sick days per year are also required. Prostitutes, Vegas Bachelor Parties Part Of DWP Scandal Lawsuit The LA Department of Water and power is adding allegations of conspiracy and fraud to its lawsuit against PricewaterhouseCoopers.
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