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- Prop 23 was defeated in Tuesday's election, but Prop 26 won. NBC says that means polluters still win.
- Jessica's Law, which restricts where sex offenders can live in relation to parks and schools has been struck down by a L.A. County Superior Court judge, but the state plans to fight the ruling.
- L.A. County Sheriff's will get a new headquarters when the shuttered Hall of Justice reopens in downtown.
- That official portrait of Jerry Brown from his first Governorship is back in the news again.
- Looking for a job in journalism? blogdowntown is looking for someone to be the site and paper's Editor. Good luck!
- It's apparently a dangerous job caring for the Watts Tower.
- Who's going to take over the LADOT? Rumor is it will be one of two Assistant General Managers: Amir Sedadi or John Fisher.
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