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Yes on Measure CC to give L.A. Community College District even more bond money. (No, we're not joking)

When it became clear earlier this year that the Los Angeles Community College District would be seeking a $3.5-billion construction bond — now on the Nov. 8 ballot as Measure CC — our first reaction was: They’ve got to be kidding. After all, property owners within the boundaries of the huge district...
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