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Los Angeles Celebrates First Indigenous Peoples Day — Columbus Statue is Covered With a Black Box

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The first official Indigenous Peoples Day was celebrated in Los Angeles on Monday, Oct. 7,  with a daylong lineup of activities and events in the Civic Center, including a grand finale concert featuring the Black Eyed Peas and Native musicians including the rock band, Redbone. The holiday was recognized for the […]

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L.A. City Council Committee Told Public Bank for Pot Industry Could
Cause Legal Headaches

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — A City Council committee exploring a proposal to make Los Angeles the first city in the nation with its own bank was told by legal experts that accepting deposits from cannabis businesses could cause serious problems. Council President Herb Wesson proposed the creation of a public Bank of Los Angeles during […]

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LA City Council Looks to Create Centralized Process for Sex Harassment Complaints

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Looking to develop a more centralized process to handle sexual harassment complaints by municipal employees, the Los Angeles City Council voted to explore the creation of a complaint hotline and website while also reexamining current policies. “The issue of sexual harassment in the workplace is not something new. (For) too long, […]