LA Faces $22M Budget Shortfall If ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Deal Isn’t Reached
Los Angeles could face at least a $22 million shortfall if a deal isn't reached in Congress by Tuesday to avoid the "fiscal cliff," according to the city's top budget analyst. KCAL9's Dave Bryan reports.
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