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Sunday
May052019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT: So. Calif.: "L.A. Next Epic Education Battle"; "New lawsuit challenges state approval of San Onofre decommissioning plan"; No. Calif.: "Tensions rise in quest in for higher purpose in developing Presidio site"; "Drone-dropped swastika leaflets calling press 'the enemy' target Sacramento State, Ariana Grande concert" ....

***Various items relating to local issues/local government -- Northern California, Southern California....

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "Tensions rise in quest for higher purpose in developing Presidio site"

* Sacramento Bee:  "Drone-dropped swastika leaflets calling press 'the enemy' target Sacramento State, Ariana Grande concert"

* San Diego Union-Tribune:  "New lawsuit challenges state approval of San Onofre decommissioning plan"

* Downtown News (Jon Regardie - "The Regardie Report"):  "L.A.'s Next Epic Education Battle" - "Power Players Take Sides and Pick Strange Bedfellows as a LAUSD Parcel Tax Vote Approaches."

Sunday
May052019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Los Angeles): "L.A. councilman has voted on decisions involving his wife's clients"; "L.A. County employee and contractor who bribed him plead guilty to federal charges"; "L.A. and Brentwood School consider adding services for veterans on VA's West L.A. campus"; also, "Palisades High students chronicle an epidemic of young people dying of gun violence" (Steve Lopez) ....

***Various items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around Los Angeles....

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A. councilman has voted on decisions involving his wife's clients"

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A. County employee and contractor who bribed him plead guilty to federal charges"

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A. and Brentwood School consider adding services for veterans on VA's West L.A. campus"

***ALSO:

 * Los Angeles Times (Steve Lopez):  "Palisades High students chronicle an epidemic of young people dying of gun violence"

Sunday
May052019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Los Angeles): "Estimated cost of 2028 Los Angeles Olympis jumps to $6.9 billion"; "Councilman Jose Huizar drops request to seal documents in legal battle with ex-aide"; "Los Angeles sets dramatic new goals for electric cars and clean buildings"; also, "Do you still love L.A.? The high cost of housing is testing our affections, poll shows" ....

***Various items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around Los Angeles....

* Los Angeles Times:  "Los Angeles sets dramatic new goals for electric cars and clean buildings"

* Los Angeles Times:  "Estimated cost of 2028 Los Angeles Olympics jumps to $6.9 billion"

* Los Angeles Times: "Councilman Jose Huizar drops request to seal documents in legal battle with ex-aide"

***ALSO:

* Los Angeles Times:  "Do you still love L.A.? The high cost of housing is testing our affections, poll shows"

Sunday
May052019

SACRAMENTO: "Newsom picks cannabis legalization co-author to head campaign watchdog agency"; "Homeless in California will have to wait another year for possible hate crime protections"; "A joint in cheap in California, but marijuana costs even less in these states"; also, "What does it take to pass a tax measure in California? It depends" (John Diaz) ....

Sunday
May052019

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Southern California): "Terranea Resort and workers settle a lawsuit over unpaid work time"; "L.A. City Council approves expanded civilian role in LAPD misconduct cases"; "Inglewood mayor was one of the drivers in crash that injured LAPD motorcycle officer, sources say"; also, "Union Station is a beloved L.A. landmark, but don't forget its troubled past" (Op-Ed: David Ulin) ....

***Various items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around Southern California....

* Los Angeles Times:  "Terranea Resort and workers settle a lawsuit over unpaid work time"

* Los Angeles Times:  "L.A. City Council approves expanded civilian role in LAPD misconduct cases"

* Los Angeles Times:  "Inglewood mayor was one of the drivers in crash that injured LAPD motorcycle officer, sources say"

***ALSO:

* Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed: David Ulin):  "Union Station is a beloved L.A. landmark, but don't forget its troubled past"