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The Los Angeles City Council is trying to spread the pain of economic hard times to homeowners and landlords.  Who should pay for sidewalk repairs?

Council Tries Spreading Pain of Tough Times to Homeowners and Landlords

The Los Angeles City Council is trying to spread the pain of economic hard times to homeowners and landlords. Who should pay for sidewalk repairs?

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