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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