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Los Angeles needs more parks. Measure A is the smartest way to pay for them we could have asked for

Los Angeles has the well-deserved reputation as one the worst metropolitan regions in the country when it comes to parks and public space. L.A. ranks 65th among the 100 largest U.S. cities in the Trust for Public Land’s national “ParkScore” ranking. Only half of Los Angeles County residents have...
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