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Mayor Garcetti’s State of the City Address: Furloughs, a Battered Economy, and a Plea for Federal Help

The Mayor of L.A.'s annual update was peppered with grim realities
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In a Dramatic Reversal, the L.A. City Budget Will Contain No New Funds for Police

Activists can claim it as one victory from this week’s protests
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The Fall of Councilman Jose Huizar Isn’t Only Astounding. It’s Disappointing

A journalist who’s covered the District 14 councilman’s political career since the beginning laments a political mess
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A Top Garcetti Advisor Is On Leave Amid Multiple Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Rick Jacobs has stepped away from his duties at two of Garcetti's nonprofits after several men came forward with reports of unwanted kissing and touching
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A Former Aide to Councilman José Huizar Will Plead Guilty to Racketeering

Another day, another guilty plea in the increasingly explosive City Hall corruption investigation
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As Budget Season Approaches, the City Is Bracing for a Big Dip in Revenue

First comes the health crisis, then comes the financial crisis
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Incoming Council Member Nithya Raman Talks About Her Historic Victory and What Comes Next

The political rookie on her winning strategy, building a team, and what she'll bring to City Hall
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Councilman David Ryu Sets His Sights on City Hall Corruption—but Will He Get Any Traction?

In the throes of a tough re-election battle, the District 4 councilman is again pushing efforts to boost accountability and reduce developer influence in City Hall
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Chinese Developer Agrees to Pay More Than $1 Million in City Hall Corruption Case

The company behind a $700 million DTLA project was accused of bribing public officials to get permits and approvals
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Will the City Hall Corruption Scandal Doom a Massive DTLA Development?

Officials are seeking to revoke permits for an L.A. Live-adjacent megaproject that City Attorney Mike Feuer has called ”a product of corruption”