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Zuma Dogg Polls: To fund the 'Subway to the Sea' or not? Plus LAUSD...

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Guest Day Editor Zuma Dogg will be joining LAist with a few posts throughout the day. Read his introductory interview here and check out his site as well as Mayor Sam where he contributes. He also wrote an article in the current edition of the LA Weekly


The city and state are basing some of their major plans on the fact that you are going to vote to approve more bond money out of your checking account to pay for the transportation they haven't yet built to accommodate all the high density housing they have already started. (And traffic is already bad enough.) So if the city feels "subway to the sea" and high-speed "magic bullet trains" are part of the plan, are you willing to vote for the billions and billions it will cost, that you will have to pitch in for?

School construction: If LAUSD came to you and said, "Will you vote for more bond money to build more schools." How would you vote:

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