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Walter Moore

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Former candidate for Mayor of LA; attorney and real estate broker, and English teacher at Hamilton High School

Walter Moore on KCRW

It takes a salary of $100,000 to buy a median-priced home in Los Angeles and supporters of  Measure H  say that's out of reach for teachers, construction workers and nurses.  Measure H…

Measure H: Affordable Housing General Obligation Bonds

It takes a salary of $100,000 to buy a median-priced home in Los Angeles and supporters of Measure H say that's out of reach for teachers, construction workers and nurses.  Measure H…

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