Afternoon Cram: Is it the End of the Road for Coda Automotive?

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Coda Automotive May Be Running Out of Juice
One red flag: the local electric car company has laid off much of its staff.
[LABO]

The Pope Has Left The Building
Pope Benedict XVI flew off into the sunset yesterday—literally.
[LAT]

City of L.A. Would Like It To Be Legal To Seize and Destroy the Unattended Belongings of Homeless People
It’s asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower-court ruling.
[LAT]

Proposed Bill Would Close California Rape Law Loophole
Did you know victims of unwanted sex are currently unprotected by the law if the attacker impersonates the victim’s significant other?
[NBCLA]

Lies and Name Calling: The LA Mayor’s Race Turns Ugly
Campaigns are in the final throes.
[KABC]

New Poll: 61% of Californians Support Same Sex Marriage
The difference 4+ years makes.
[HuffPoLA]

Water Conservation Imperative For L.A.’s Future
A USC report says the water supply situation could become dire.
[DN]

Steven Spielberg To Helm the Cannes Film Festival Jury
So no Oscar this year, but the director can help hand out the Palme d’Or.
[Variety]

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