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    • Mayor Bass Talks Housing and Homelessness (LAT)
    • Three Police Killings In One Week Indicate Issue With Mental Health Response (LAT)
    • EPA Needs Tighter Regulations On Particulate Matter (LAT)
    • Average L.A. County Gas Price Unchanged (Pasadena Now)
    • City National Bank To Pay $31M Redlining Settlement For 2017-2020 Discrimination (LAT, LAist, LB Post, Pasadena Now)
    • Claremont Subsidizes ADU Construction For Affordable Housing (SGV Tribune)
    • Carnage: Hit-and-Run Driver Hospitalizes East L.A. Pedestrian (KTLA)...Hit-and-Run Driver Strikes Wheelchair User In North Hollywood (KTLA)...Hit-and-Run Driver Severely Injures Pedestrian In El Sereno (Eastsider)
    • 8-Story 218-Unit Mixed-Use Under Construction Next To DTLB A Line Station (Urbanize)
    • Exxon Mobile Predicted Global Warming Since 1970s (SMDP)
    • How Southern California Could Develop Parks And Affordable Housing Together (Legal Planet)

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