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L.A. Unified has almost 700 unresolved complaints about broken air conditioning

Jessica Melgoza is one of the lucky ones. A freshman at Banning High School’s new firefighter magnet, the 14-year-old has a prime seat in her English class — right in front of one of two fans.  All Los Angeles Unified School District classrooms are supposed to have working air conditioning. But...
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