Paul Koretz

LA City Councilmember for District 5

LA City Councilmember for District 5

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LA will ban the construction of new gas stations — to try to relieve climate change. That’s if a new proposal from LA City Councilmember Paul Koretz passes.

No new gas stations in LA? Paul Koretz wants to make it happen

LA will ban the construction of new gas stations — to try to relieve climate change. That’s if a new proposal from LA City Councilmember Paul Koretz passes.

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The California State Assembly approved two housing measures last week that would allow increased density in areas zoned for single-family homes.

CA politicians want to build denser housing. LA politicians say it won’t fix the affordability crisis

The California State Assembly approved two housing measures last week that would allow increased density in areas zoned for single-family homes.

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Last week, just moments after George Gascón took office as LA County’s new district attorney, he announced a slate of big reforms.

LA DA George Gascón is dropping sentencing enhancements. City Councilman Paul Koretz is criticizing that

Last week, just moments after George Gascón took office as LA County’s new district attorney, he announced a slate of big reforms.

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Since 1925, members of the Los Angeles Breakfast Club have been meeting bright and early to sing songs, solve puzzles, and eat ham and eggs.

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The Downtown LA gay bar Redline opened in 2015. Now it joins a long legacy of LGBTQ spaces that have closed in the city center.

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An affordable housing developer got $114 million from Gov. Newsom’s Homekey program. Now, with little to show for it, legal and financial problems are mounting.

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Kim Masters and Matt Belloni examine FuboTV’s $1 billion lawsuit seeking to halt the development of the recently announced Fox, Disney, and Warner Brothers Discovery sports streaming…

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A seven-minute shower uses about 13 gallons of water. One group is trying to prove that efficient home upgrades can make that amount feel like plenty all day.

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The cashiers, cooks, baristas, and bartenders represented by Unite Here Local 11 are pushing airport concessionaire Areas USA for better benefits and wages.

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Kim Masters and Matt Belloni take stock of layoffs at Amazon as a result of consolidation and reorganizing across its studios.

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Mexico City has become a popular destination for expat musicians. That means new sonic possibilities – and fears of gentrification.

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Honeybees have long been the face of the “Save the Bees” campaign, but according to bee researchers at UC Irvine, they aren’t the only bees who need help.

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