Gloria Molina

Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors (formerly)

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Former member of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors (1991-2014)

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State regulators waited for months before they responded to the Southern California Gas Company's dangerous leak in the San Fernando Valley.

California's Double Standard for Public Protection

State regulators waited for months before they responded to the Southern California Gas Company's dangerous leak in the San Fernando Valley.

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There's a broad consensus that LA County's antiquated  Men's Central Jail needs to be torn down , but there's dispute about what should replace it and who should be housed there.

Supervisors to Consider New Jail Plan

There's a broad consensus that LA County's antiquated Men's Central Jail needs to be torn down , but there's dispute about what should replace it and who should be housed there.

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In 1992, Los Angeles County voters approved Proposition A, providing money to preserve open space.

Public Lands and Private Oil Wells

In 1992, Los Angeles County voters approved Proposition A, providing money to preserve open space.

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