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Does  Antonio Villaraigosa ’s love affair with a Telemundo reporter have any affect on his duties as Mayor? Neighbors of Universal City say maybe so.

Mayor Under Scrutiny for Ethics Violation in Universal City Development Deal

Does Antonio Villaraigosa ’s love affair with a Telemundo reporter have any affect on his duties as Mayor? Neighbors of Universal City say maybe so.

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