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    • LAUSD Cuts School Police, Directs Funds To Black Achieve (LAT)
    • Why DA Gascón Asked To Hire Special Prosecutor Middleton For Problem Police Shootings (Witness L.A.)
    • Law Enforcement Confronts Far-Right Extremism In Its Ranks (LAT)
    • Gascón Resigns From California DA Association (LAist)
    • Three Injured In 210 Freeway Car Crash In Claremont (SGV Tribune)
    • L.A. City Looks To Buy Buildings To Preserve 10,000 Affordable Homes (Daily News)
    • L.A. City Votes To Revamp Zoning Approvals, Including Possible Ballot Measure (Urbanize)
    • Pomona and Claremont Building Affordable Housing (SGV Tribune)
    • Six-Story 69-Unit Apartment Complex Breaks Ground In Little Tokyo/Arts District (Urbanize)
    • Eastsider Highlights Nearly-Completed Elysian Valley L.A. River Walk/Bike Bridge

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