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South Bay voters could be Measure M’s demise

Opposition to Metro’s ballot measure is brewing in and around the beach cities In just one month voters in Los Angeles County will decide the fate of nearly half a century’s worth of funding for public transportation in the area. Measure M, a half-cent sales tax hike that would pay for a dramatic increase in Metro’s service area, will be on the ballot November 8. Metro has laid out an ambitious plan of expansion to entice voters from throughout the county to pass the Measure M sales tax increase.
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