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Take Two® FOR April 24, 2018

Ventura grapples with homelessness, how rent control works in LA, the sounds of our region

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Ventura struggles with its homeless population, rent control may spread in LA, "Hear in SoCal" is our new series about the sounds of our region. See full episode >
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