Becky Dennison

Los Angeles Community Action Network

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Co-Director of the Los Angeles Community Action Network, nonprofit group working to develop local leadership among low income and homeless

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For years, the powerful developer AEG has been working to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles with a  76,000-seat stadium  downtown.

Closing In on Approval of a Football Stadium in Downtown LA

For years, the powerful developer AEG has been working to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles with a 76,000-seat stadium downtown.

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LA Police Chief William Bratton is pushing a deal with the ACLU to allow homeless people to sleep on the streets of Skid Row at night, but not in the daytime.  He says that means no…

LA near Accord on Skid Row 'Tent Cities'

LA Police Chief William Bratton is pushing a deal with the ACLU to allow homeless people to sleep on the streets of Skid Row at night, but not in the daytime.  He says that means no…

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