Jim O'Sullivan

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A housing program that’s been called one of LA’s biggest successes is under attack.

‘Fix the City’ sues LA over program to build housing near transit hubs

A housing program that’s been called one of LA’s biggest successes is under attack.

from Greater LA

President Obama today asked Congress to  pass a package of limited spending cuts  to head off the so-called "sequester" scheduled for March 1.  Jim O'Sullivan is White House…

Obama Proposes Limited Spending Cuts to Delay Sequester

President Obama today asked Congress to pass a package of limited spending cuts to head off the so-called "sequester" scheduled for March 1.  Jim O'Sullivan is White House…

from To the Point

As Washington moved toward a federal government shutdown starting at midnight tomorrow, politicians of both parties assumed their competing postures.

Who's to Blame if the US Government Shuts Down?

As Washington moved toward a federal government shutdown starting at midnight tomorrow, politicians of both parties assumed their competing postures.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Join KCRW and NPR as the Supreme Courts hears arguments over the Colorado State Supreme Court's decision to disqualify former President Donald Trump from the state's primary ballot.

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A new ordinance regulating short-term rentals in unincorporated LA County areas requires homeowners to live on-site. The goal: more housing, fewer party houses.

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The four leading Asian American groups in OC are uniting up to boost AAPI turnout at the polls. This demographic is growing the fastest, says the Pew Research Center.

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Incumbent Kevin De León is expected to compete in a run-off election in November in LA’s 14th district — after leaked audio showed him making contentious remarks about race.

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