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Do L.A. County leaders have ‘compassion fatigue’ on homelessness?

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has drawn a line on homelessness, voting 3-2 to support a challenge to an expansive 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that forbids local governments in nine Western states from enforcing laws

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – November 3

Trump supporters to “watch” polls next week School construction bond in trouble? Leaked emails show strange relationship between Bay Area billionaire and Clinton strategist Environmentalists top list of lobbyist employers in CA Is Rep. Janice Hahn in trouble in L.A.

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – September 29

SoCal school district using loophole to pay board members for meetings they didn’t attend CA suspends investment accounts with Wells Fargo over scandal Rep. Janice Hahn sued by opponent over $324,000 in illegal campaign funds in L.A. supervisors race Gov. Brown vetoes

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Democrats seek to link CA House candidates to Donald Trump

Two months ago, Republican operatives feared that presidential nominee Donald Trump would destroy their chances to retain control of Congress. Now things look much brighter for the party after a rough stretch for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The Senate appears

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CalWatchdog Morning Read – August 31

Diaper benefit L.A. County supeervisor candidate in campaign finance hot water Will the statute of limitations on rape soon be eliminated? Once dead family leave bill is very much alive Controversial political donor disclosure bill is very much dead Good morning.

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Hahn Victory Portends Obama Defeat 0

JULY 13, 2011 By JOHN SEILER Yesterday Democrat Janice Hahn beat Republican Craig Huey to fill the 36th Congressional District, a severely gerrymandered district covering much of Southwest Los Angeles. But her victory total, getting just 55 percent, was a

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Hahn-Huey Dogfight for Cong. District 0

JULY 11, 2011 By KATY GRIMES After the February resignation of Democratic Rep. Jane Harman from the 36th Congressional District, most political observers assumed that it would be just another ho-hum political race. They expected a Democrat would easily win in

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