Some of the mailers looked like eviction notices. Others featured the mayor, former mayor, and President Donald Trump. City and county officials have accused the Measure S campaign of misleading the public, while campaign officials defended the mailers as free speech.
The Yes on Measure S campaign sent LA residents mailers last week that were designed to look like eviction notices from the sheriff's department. The county says the mailers are deceptive, but Measure S organizers say they stand by the mailers.
A new study looked at poverty rates among young children in communities across the state. It found that just four percent of children in L.A.'s beach cities live in poverty. But drive just 20 miles inland, and that number jumps to 68 percent in southeast L.A.
A new economic report shows that L.A. County has regained all of the jobs it lost during the Great Recession, but most of those jobs are in the food services industry, which pays about $20,000 per year.