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Anti-development initiative added to March ballot

Voters will soon have their say on the future of LA development LA voters will have the opportunity to weigh in on a controversial anti-development ballot measure this coming March, now that it’s officially been added to the ballot. Backers of the measure submitted almost 104,000 petition signatures supporting the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative to the City Clerk’s office in August.
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