Update: At 12:32 a.m., Measure HH is looking strong with support from 71 percent of voters. Measure MM, however, is not as solid with 65 percent. The initiatives need at least 66.67 percent to win. In early returns and absentee balloting, Measure MM and Measure HH have strong approval from voters. ... More >>
With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Measure MM and Measure HH have received strong approval from voters. 68 percent of voters supported Measure MM and 76 percent backed Measure HH, according to the Los Angels County Registrar-Recorder web site. Since the measures received over two-thirds suppor ... More >>
Whenever the prospect of more taxes appears in Los Angeles, usually some kind of organized group loudly rises to oppose it. So it seems awfully strange that only L.A. Daily News columnist Doug McIntyre, as far as we can see, is sounding the alarm about two parcel tax initiatives that some L.A. voter ... More >>
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