Bell's Highly Paid Public Servants Call It Quits

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Bell, one of 88 cities in Los Angeles County, made national news last week when the Los Angeles Times reported that City Manager Robert Rizzo was making almost $800,000 a year and Police Chief Randy Adams was pulling down $457,000. Bell is a city of 37,000 mostly Latino people whose average income is $40,000 a year. Last night, after a public outcry, Rizzo and Adams agreed to resign. Steve Lopez is a columnist for the LA Times.

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Guest:
Steve Lopez - columnist for the LA Times - @LATstevelopez

Host:
Warren Olney

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Darrell Satzman, Julia Flucht