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The Monday Afternoon Cram: Rain, Gas, Pets, Plants, and a Celebrity Split

Everything you need to know from today's front pages

It Might Rain This Week
Remember rain?
[LAT

Obama Was Here But Now He’s Gone
The President traveled from L.A. to Keene to dedicate 105 acres to late labor activist Cesar Chavez.
[NBCLA

LAUSD Has Yet To Spend $10M Worth of Vouchers For Technology
The school district might be too broke to pay for the expense up front.
[CBS]

To Lower Prices, Jerry Brown Orders Sale of Winter Fuel
This means breaking out the state’s stash of cheaper stuff about three weeks earlier than usual.
[AP]

City Council Considering Ban on Sale of Commercially Bred Cats, Dogs, and Rabbits
Rescuing a pet could be the only way to get one.
[LADN]

Turns Out LAPD Did Not Budget for Grounds Maintenance at HQ
The department is failing to serve and protect its plants.
[LADN]

Cyclist Upset Over Veto of Cycling Safety Legislation Challenges Governor Brown to Bike Across L.A.
“I don't think you're man enough to handle a taste of what it feels like to get #JerryBrowned.
[LAist]

Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman Are Separating
Short on height but long on commitment until now, the Hollywood couple calls it quits after 30 years.
[People]

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