Mike Feuer

Los Angeles City Attorney

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A former Assemblyman representing California's 42nd District (Sherman Oaks, Studio City and parts of LA’s Westside) and former member of the Los Angeles City Council, Mike Feuer is Los Angeles City Attorney

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"We need to stop talking at each other ... and promote real listening to each other (law enforcement and protester and other key stakeholders in the community).

LA City Attorney Mike Feuer wants to bring together police and protesters, promote listening

"We need to stop talking at each other ... and promote real listening to each other (law enforcement and protester and other key stakeholders in the community).

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High taxes on licensed marijuana makes for a more expensive product. Starting January 1, 2020, that tax will go up.

California hikes up taxes on marijuana for 2020

High taxes on licensed marijuana makes for a more expensive product. Starting January 1, 2020, that tax will go up.

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The city and county of Los Angeles announced last week they’ll forgive 2 million citations and warrants for things like traffic violations and minor misdemeanors. L.A.

LA to forgive 2 million citations. How might that affect homelessness?

The city and county of Los Angeles announced last week they’ll forgive 2 million citations and warrants for things like traffic violations and minor misdemeanors. L.A.

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