Why Los Angeles Officials Voted to Cancel an Almost $2 Billion Contract
On Tuesday, the Los Angeles board of supervisors voted to cancel a nearly $2 billion contract for a new facility it had described as a mental health treatment facility and approved in February, in the face of opposition from activists who said the building was just a new jail in disguise. Read more…
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