Dan Laidman

City Hall Correspondent, Copley News Service

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City Hall Correspondent for the Copley News Service, his stories regularly appear in the Daily Breeze newspaper, which covers the South Bay

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Superior Court Judge Robert O'Brien  has ordered Proposition R removed  from the November ballot in the City of Los Angeles.  That's  the measure  that extends term limits for City…

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