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8:55 AM PDT on June 10, 2020

    • Time Will Tell If CA COVID-19 Reopening Too Fast (LAT)
    • L.A. Police Union Spent Big In L.A. Elections (LAT)
    • Calls To Defund LAUSD School Police (EdEx, LAist, Daily News, KTLA)
    • LAPD Officer Charged For Videotaped Boyle Heights Beating (Daily News, Eastsider, LAT, Sentinel, ABC7)
    • Tamika Butler: Systemic Racism Can't Be Dismantled Without Tackling It Within Cycling (Bicycling)
    • Gold Line Adjacent Housing Planned In East L.A. (Urbanize)...Though Developer Conceded Less Housing More Parking (@calwatch)
    • Culver City Could Make Temporary Rent Stabilization Permanent (Urbanize)
    • Pasadena Approves $1M For Rental Assistance (SGV Tribune)

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