New Beginnings for Same-Sex Marriage and LA City Hall

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It's the first day of a new era at Los Angeles City Hall as Eric Garcetti brings the Mayor's office down to size, replacing larger-than-life Antonio Villaraigosa. How will the new Mayor cope with a new, Sacramento-ized City Council, not to mention traffic jams, problem-schools, a lack of affordable housing and the restless leadership of organized labor?  Also, Proposition 8 is a thing of the past, and same-sex weddings are under way all over California. We hear from gay and lesbian couples tying the knot from Norwalk, to Beverly Hills to West Hollywood.

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Banner image: (L) Mayor Eric Garcetti and his wife, Amy Elaine Wakeland; (R) West Hollywood newlyweds