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Judge Rules NRA Lawsuit Against Los Angeles Over Contractor Disclosure Law Can Proceed

Judge Rules NRA Lawsuit Against Los Angeles Over Contractor Disclosure Law Can Proceed

Whitney Tipton | Reporter   A federal judge Monday ruled that a lawsuit against Los Angeles by the National Rifle Association (NRA) over the city’s contractor disclosure law can proceed. The NRA filed the lawsuit in April to challenge the city’s new law that requires contractors to disclose contracts or sponsorship with the gun-rights organization, City News […]

L.A. to Waste $6.5 MILLION to Clean Up After the Homeless

L.A. to Waste $6.5 MILLION to Clean Up After the Homeless

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Los Angeles knows how to make people rich from the homeless crisis.  It also knows how to create more money for the extortionist unions that buys council members like you buy a hot dog—on the cheap.  Now the City is going to spend $6.5 million cleaning […]

Homeless Crisis Boils Over In Los Angeles, Residents Call For Mayor To Step Down

Homeless Crisis Boils Over In Los Angeles, Residents Call For Mayor To Step Down

Audrey Conklin | Reporter   The homeless crisis in Los Angeles is getting worse, and residents are calling for Democratic Mayor Eric Garcetti to resign for his “failed leadership.” Skid Row, an area in downtown LA, now hosts the largest unsheltered population in the country. Homelessness numbers in LA county have risen by 12% from 2018 to 2019 with […]

Los Angeles: Homelessness Meets Economics 101

Los Angeles: Homelessness Meets Economics 101

  By Thomas L. Knapp “We can’t arrest our way out of this. We can’t shelter our way out of this. We have to house our way out of this,” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said last year while campaigning for a measure to spend $1.2 billion in taxpayer money over ten years on housing […]

Los Angeles voters to decide on school funding parcel tax

Los Angeles voters to decide on school funding parcel tax

By Michael Hernandez LOS ANGELES—Voters within the Los Angeles Unified School District will vote Tuesday (June 4) on Measure EE—a $500 million parcel tax to pay for the $840 million approved contract signed between the district and the United Teachers Los Angeles union in January of this year. UTLA is calling this “the first local […]

California | NRA Files Lawsuit Against Los Angeles for Blacklisting Contractors Affiliated with the NRA

California | NRA Files Lawsuit Against Los Angeles for Blacklisting Contractors Affiliated with the NRA

On April 24, 2019, NRA filed a lawsuit challenging the City of Los Angeles’ recently adopted ordinance requiring current and prospective contractors working with the city to disclose any relationships with the NRA as a violation of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Make no mistake, the goal of this outrageous Ordinance is to discourage NRA membership and silencing support for the Second Amendment.  The […]

Is Cher Onto Something? LA Is Lavishing Benefits On Illegal Immigrants, While Its Homeless Die In Record Numbers

Is Cher Onto Something? LA Is Lavishing Benefits On Illegal Immigrants, While Its Homeless Die In Record Numbers

  Rachel Stoltzfoos | Staff Reporter   Cher caused a bit of a stir with a recent tweet, but a study out of Kaiser Health shows she may be on to something. While the illegal immigrant population of Los Angeles is poised to scoop up $260 million a year from the government in health benefits, […]

Snow comes to L.A., with powder in Malibu, Pasadena, West Hollywood, Thousand Oaks

Snow comes to L.A., with powder in Malibu, Pasadena, West Hollywood, Thousand Oaks

By HANNAH FRY and ALEJANDRA REYES-VELARDE . Xav.ier Bias walked out of the Whole Foods Market in Pasadena and saw another woman looking to the ground puzzled at the white stuff covering the sidewalk. The woman wasn’t sure exactly what she was looking at. But Bias, who is originally from the East Coast, quickly set her straight. It […]

Membership in California’s government unions plummeted in 2018, federal report shows

Membership in California’s government unions plummeted in 2018, federal report shows

“Walk out on the union, not the kids”: A California Policy Center social media advertisement delivered during the Los Angeles teachers strike. Memo to anyone still wondering about the impact of the Supreme Court’s landmark 2018 decision in Janus v AFSCME: Wonder no more. Despite a surging economy, union membership in California dropped by 86,000 […]

California has mismanaged its veterans home properties, audit finds

California has mismanaged its veterans home properties, audit finds

By PATRICK MCGREEVY . California has “mismanaged” properties where its state-run veterans homes are located, failing to charge market rents to private users and shortchanging programs that should benefit from the leases, a state audit concluded Tuesday. The head of the California Department of Veterans Affairs agreed with the findings and said changes would be made, […]

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