Mike Antonovich

Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

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Los Angeles County Supervisor for the 5th District (San Gabriel Valley, San Fernando Valley and the Antelope Valley)

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Los Angeles County will get the bulk of the inmates and parolees being released to ease overcrowding in state prisons, as ordered by federal courts.

State Parolees Headed for LA County This Weekend

Los Angeles County will get the bulk of the inmates and parolees being released to ease overcrowding in state prisons, as ordered by federal courts.

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