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Measure seeking to halt L.A. 'mega-developments' goes to March ballot

An initiative seeking a two-year ban on zoning changes that would allow for high-density construction around Los Angeles is heading to a popular vote after the City Council on Friday approved placing it on the March 7 ballot. The unanimous decision on the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative came...
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