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Measure M would cost the average LA County household about $25, says Metro

More transit options for the cost of two fancy cocktails If approved by voters this November, Measure M would help fund a slew of Metro transportation projects by imposing a new half-cent sales tax in Los Angeles County. The measure would generate $860 million a year for projects that include building a transit tunnel through the Sepulveda Pass and speeding up the Purple Line extension to the Veterans Administration campus in West Los Angeles.
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