Terry Smerling

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The LA County Board of Supervisors took a first step yesterday toward spending $2 billion on new jails.

LA County Supervisors Vote for New Jails

The LA County Board of Supervisors took a first step yesterday toward spending $2 billion on new jails.

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There's a broad consensus that LA County's antiquated  Men's Central Jail needs to be torn down , but there's dispute about what should replace it and who should be housed there.

Supervisors to Consider New Jail Plan

There's a broad consensus that LA County's antiquated Men's Central Jail needs to be torn down , but there's dispute about what should replace it and who should be housed there.

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