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Opposition to Metro's ambitious transit plan simmers in southern L.A. County

Four years ago, a ballot measure to expand mass transit across Los Angeles County failed by less than 1 percentage point, a slim defeat attributed to voters in a chain of small, coastal cities outside the region’s core. A similar dynamic has emerged this year in the southern part of the county,...
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