Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has filed a second lawsuit against a big bank, trying to force the clean-up of foreclosed properties that have made some neighborhoods magnets for crime. US Bank is the latest target to claim Trutanich is after the wrong party. How many houses are in decline? If the bank's not responsible, who is? We talk with Trutanich and others. Also, criminal grand jury proceedings are underway against one of LA County's three elected officials. Did Assessor John Noguez lower assessed values for campaign contributors? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, does Mitt Romney have something to hide?
Who Should Clean Up the City's Foreclosed Homes?
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Grand Jury Investigation of LA County Assessor Underway
Months of investigation have turned into a grand jury investigation of LA County Assessor John Noguez. Along with the DA and the Sheriff, he was elected countywide. He's now...
7 min, 28 sec
Bain Capital Woes Overshadow Romney's Campaign
Mitt Romney is campaigning as a successful businessman who could create jobs and improve America's economy from the White House. That's based on the fortune he made at Bain...
24 min, 15 sec