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    • L.A. COVID Hospitalizations At Lowest Point Since Thanksgiving (LAT)
    • L.A. City Council Passes Motion To Study Removing Police From Many Traffic Stops (Bonin Facebook)
    • L.A. County Making Slow Progress On Getting Police Out Of Mental Health (LAist)
    • Sheriff Department Reform Lagging For Years in Antelope Valley (LAT)
    • Debate Over Light Rail Alignment To Torrance (Daily Breeze)
    • West Hollywood May Study Protected Bike Lanes On Sunset And Fountain (Biking in L.A.)
    • Law Enforcement Unions Critical Of Gascón's New Law Enforcement Prosecutor (Daily News)
    • PATH Expands Lease Up Program To Privately House Unhoused (Daily News)
    • Council Approves Funds For Modular Supportive Housing In DTLA (Urbanize)
    • 122-Home TOC Affordable Housing Project Planned Near Broadway And Manchester (Urbanize)
    • CA Needs To Safeguard Communities From Oil Drilling (LAT)

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