Can a Historic Neighborhood Survive an Improvement it Asked For?

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Leimert Park is called the cultural hub of black Los Angeles, and it fought hard for a station on the new Crenshaw Line. But that’s driven up the price of real estate—driving out the World Stage and other organizations which claim they’re what made Leimert Park so important.

Also tonight, with just 300 hydrogen-powered cars on California highways, Governor Brown wants to create a market for more. But why should the owners of existing automobiles be taxed for alternative cars of the future?

Banner image: Paul Kimo McGregor

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Host:
Warren Olney