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    • Report: COVID Job Losses Will Worsen Homelessness (LAT)
    • COVID Hospitalizations Stable, Though Further Surge Anticipated (Daily Breeze)
    • Climate Scientist Moms Urge Climate Action (LAT)
    • Whittier Councilmember Fernando Dutra Elected To Metro Board (Whittier Daily News)
    • Carnage: Cajon Pass Car Crash Kills One (Daily News)
    • Police Seek Glass Truck Driver For South L.A. Hit-and-Run (Biking in L.A.)
    • Inglewood Disbands Police Oversight Commission (2 Urban Girls)
    • Contractor Tutor-Perini Critical Of CA High-Speed Rail Delays (LAT)
    • 5-Story Affordable Mixed Use Nearing Completion In Florence-Firestone (Urbanize)
    • 4-Story No Parking Affordable Housing Planned In San Pedro (Urbanize)
    • 7-Story Mixed-Use Nearing Completion On Sunset In Hollywood (Urbanize)
    • L.A. City Councilmember de Leon Introducing Motions For Homeless Housing (LAT)

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