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Aug. 29 | L.A. Times

The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to end a longstanding ban on the sale of “ultracompact” firearms, rolling back the rule in the face of legal threats from gun rights groups.

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Aug. 29 | L.A. Times

In Los Angeles, you can fight City Hall — for a price.

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Aug. 29 | MyNewsLA.com

Eric Garcetti was back in Los Angeles Tuesday after a campaign appearance in New Hampshire for a local candidate that raised questions about a possible presidential bid by the Los Angeles mayor.

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Aug. 25 | L.A. Times

Los Angeles lawmakers voted Friday to back the planned overhaul of two terminals at Los Angeles International Airport, overriding concerns from the nearby city of El Segundo.

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Aug. 23 | L.A. Daily News

Amid rising homelessness and mounting outcry from residents and business owners, a Los Angeles city councilman said Wednesday he wants to take a hard look at the way the city responds to the increasing presence of encampments and recreational vehicles.

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Aug. 22 | NPR

Los Angeles sued the Justice Department on Tuesday over the Trump administration's threat to cut millions in federal funding for so-called sanctuary cities, which limit their cooperation with federal authorities on immigration enforcement.

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Aug. 21 | L.A. Times

Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino wants more development in his San Pedro seaside district — new hotels, restaurants and apartment towers to lure visitors and attract residents.

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Aug. 16 | L.A. Times

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday backed Mayor Eric Garcetti’s picks to oversee City Hall’s new Department of Cannabis Regulation, a vote that comes as officials prepare for legalization of recreational marijuana in California.

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Aug. 15 | L.A. Times

A key committee of the Los Angeles City Council rejected a plan Tuesday for putting 15 homes near a freeway interchange, in part over the potential health risks from car and truck pollution.

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