L.A.'s Gang Problem: Audits, Most-Wanted Lists and Solutions
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Mayor Villaraigosa says gangs are his number one priority. One expert complains that his budget provides a tiny fraction of what’s needed to deal with a problem that has plagued LA for generations. City Hall says first, it's time for an audit. Does this mean just another study, or a real effort to determine what works and what doesn’t?
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- Laura Chick: Los Angeles City Controller
- Connie Rice: Chair of the School Construction Bond Citizens' Oversight Committee, @ConnieRicePCN
- Matt Szabo: Spokesman for the Mayor Villaraigosa’s office
- Celeste Fremon: Freelance writer and author, @witnessla
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