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.

California Tinkering with Prop 13

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.

Candidates for LA County Board of Supervisors In-Studio Debate

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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