Felipe Campante

KCRW Staff

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One thing that unites Americans, pretty much wherever they are from, is the conviction that their own state is singularly corrupt.

Should LA be the capital of California, and would that end corruption?

One thing that unites Americans, pretty much wherever they are from, is the conviction that their own state is singularly corrupt.

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