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L.A. lawmakers sign off on $9.2-billion budget

The Los Angeles City Council voted Thursday to approve a $9.2-billion spending plan for the coming fiscal year, striking a last-minute deal that ensures funding for street safety initiatives as well as the repair of badly damaged roads. The budget contains about $24 million for Vision Zero, a program...
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