Bob Blumenfield

Los Angeles City Council

Guest

Councilman for the 3rd District of Los Angeles; former Democratic State Assemblyman representing the 40th District (San Fernando Valley) and chair of the Assembly Budget Committee

Bob Blumenfield on KCRW

This morning the Supreme Court let stand (without comment) a lower court ruling that protects the right of homeless people to sleep on sidewalks or in parks.

Supreme Court lets stand a lower court’s ruling: Homeless people have a right to sleep outside

This morning the Supreme Court let stand (without comment) a lower court ruling that protects the right of homeless people to sleep on sidewalks or in parks.

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Californians will play a big part in the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this coming week. But can the party unite with supporters of Bernie Sanders?

The DNC: A Divided Convention?

Californians will play a big part in the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this coming week. But can the party unite with supporters of Bernie Sanders?

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In many places around the country, cities provide WiFi service for all their citizens. That won’t happen for years to come in Los Angeles — if ever.

Free WiFi at Los Angeles Parks… Closing in on the Digital Divide?

In many places around the country, cities provide WiFi service for all their citizens. That won’t happen for years to come in Los Angeles — if ever.

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