Liyna Anwar

Assistant Producer, To the Point/Which Way, LA?

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Republicans voiced strong reaction to the prospect that Prop 13 might finally be amended, 36 years after state voters started a property tax revolt that went nationwide.

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Republicans voiced strong reaction to the prospect that Prop 13 might finally be amended, 36 years after state voters started a property tax revolt that went nationwide.

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Eight million Americans qualify for VA healthcare, and they're apparently satisfied. But it takes so long that 40 have allegedly died while waiting for appointments.

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Eight million Americans qualify for VA healthcare, and they're apparently satisfied. But it takes so long that 40 have allegedly died while waiting for appointments.

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LA County Supervisors enact and implement laws for 11 million people. We hear from four candidates vying for the Third District seat.

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LA County Supervisors enact and implement laws for 11 million people. We hear from four candidates vying for the Third District seat.

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