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Hermosa Beach voters shoot down oil drilling

HERMOSA BEACH (CNS) - There won’t be any additional oil drilling in Hermosa Beach, where voters handily rejected a proposed drilling project, while La Habra Heights residents shot down a measure that would have banned the drilling of new wells and restricted drilling techniques such as fracking. Hermosa Beach’s Measure O on Tuesday’s ballot would […]

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L.A. voters to decide on 4 LAUSD board seats

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Four seats on the Los Angeles Unified School District board are up for grabs in today’s election, although the bulk of attention is being paid to incumbent Bennett Kayser’s effort to hold onto his District 5 seat in the face of staunch opposition from charter-school supporters. Kayser, 68, is seeking his second […]

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Complaint filed to support disabled voters

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A complaint filed today with the U.S. Department of Justice in Los Angeles contends that thousands of county residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities have been denied the right to vote. The complaint submitted by the Disability and Abuse Project alleges that Superior Court judges are violating the federal Voting Rights […]

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Newcomers and Close Races Expected For Election Season

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The filing period began today for the June 3 primary election, which will lead to what is likely the biggest influx of newcomers to Los Angeles County government. With term limits approved by voters in 2002 taking effect for the first time, Los Angeles County Supervisors Zev Yaroslavsky and Gloria Molina […]

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