Charter School Expansion Backers Say Poll Shows 74 Percent Of Voters Support Plan Supporters of a plan to expand the number of charter schools in Los Angeles released poll results Monday they say shows overwhelming public support for such an expansion. Californians’ Fake Lawns Protected By New Law Cities in drought-stricken California can no longer stop residents from installing fake grass to replace their water-guzzling lawns.
Measure To Repeal California Vaccine Law Won’t Be On Ballot Murrieta City Council Votes To Oust Mayor They Accuse Of Ethics Violations, Misconduct Obama To Make Whirlwind Visit To Los Angeles, Traffic Delays Expected Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Bill Restricting Paparazzi From Flying Drones Over Private Property Brown Signs Hard-Won Right-To-Die Legislation California Governor Signs Bill Closing Ivory Sales Loophole California High-Speed Rail Seeks Private Investors, Input Opponents Of California’s Vaccination Law Gather Signatures For Referendum
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