Extra, Extra: There's Apparently a Market for a Tupac Sex Tape, UCLA Likes Judgment Against 'Animal Extremists,' and Weird Electoral Quirks
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- There's a market for a Tupac sex tape, apparently.
- A weird quirk of electoral law means that millions of Californians will be unrepresented in the state senate.
- The Arboretum has its work cut out for it after Windpocalypse2011.
- A Ron Howard crowd-sourced project directed by his daughter is online.
- "State Senate leaders secretly approved a $120,000 settlement in a harassment claim against embattled Inglewood state Sen. Roderick Wright, sparking charges of a 'hush money' payment."
- The Los Angeles Review of Books tackles the L.A. Woman.
- UCLA officials are hailing a federal court judge's decision to uphold a city ordinance banning animal rights protesters from getting close to professors’ homes.