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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Los Angeles takes on Donald Trump. The city has earmarked $10 million to defend undocumented immigrants from deportation. How will that work?

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The Ghost Ship fire in Oakland has launched a nationwide wave of evictions for artists who either live or work in un-permitted warehouse spaces.

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Today Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced he was suing a mid-city hotel owner. Feuer says the place is a magnet for drugs and crime and that he wants it cleaned up.

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Today Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced he was suing a mid-city hotel owner. Feuer says the place is a magnet for drugs and crime and that he wants it cleaned up.

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