Patt Morrison for January 5, 2012

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Residents sue over L.A.’s crumbling infrastructure

Have you noticed more potholes on Los Angeles roads recently? Have you had trouble with ancient decaying water pipes? Yes? You are not alone. The city’s infrastructure is crumbling at the same time the L.A. City Council continues to approve new condos, office towers, and retail developments.
"Children Uniting Nations" 4th Annual National Conference
Patt kicks off a mini-series checking in with some of our local Congress members before they head back to work in Washington D.C. Today she welcomes Rep. Xavier Becerra, the Democratic Congressman representing California’s 31st District, Central and Northeast Los Angeles.
TSA Introduces Pre-Screening Pilot Program For Some Passenger Groups
Imagine sailing through airport check-in with no hassle. Exciting! In return, though, the Transportation Security Administration is allowed to perform a background check on you.
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How many hours in your day are devoted to leisure and personal care? If your answer is upwards of 15, you’re in good company—sort of. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has released its 2011 “Work-life balance report,” which ranks its member countries according to three indicators: daily leisure time for citizens, percentage of the labor force who work extreme hours, and employment rates for women with children.
Jerry Brown Introduces January California Budget

Gov. Jerry Brown's budget released early

According to Governor Jerry Brown in a news conference this afternoon, if voters reject tax increases proposed in his 2012 state budget, he will call for $4.8 billion to be cut from public school funding.
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