Villaraigosa's Final State of the City

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Last night, Antonio Villaraigosa made his last State-of-the-City address as Mayor of Los Angeles. He took credit for declining crime, reduced air pollution, new light rail lines and paved bikeways. He also took aim at the campaigns of Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti, one of whom will replace him in June. Today, he's making more news by saying that city workers should contribute 20 percent of their salaries toward their retirement and 18 to 20 percent for healthcare.


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Warren Olney