Tammy Bang Luu

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Organizer with the Los Angeles Bus Riders Union

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For the first time since 1994, the MTA says it has to raise fares by 60% because of rising costs, a massive deficit, and spending on rail projects.

Hundreds Protest Fare Hikes

For the first time since 1994, the MTA says it has to raise fares by 60% because of rising costs, a massive deficit, and spending on rail projects.

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