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Ballot measure could upset L.A.'s plan for housing the homeless

A ballot measure billed as a way of cracking down on out-of-scale luxury developments could also derail the city of Los Angeles’ budding plan to help house the homeless, critics said Monday. L.A. voters will be asked in March to approve the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, a measure that would...
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