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The less glamorous side of Waxman's West LA congressional district




Murals on Stewart Street under the 10 Freeway tell the history of the Pico neighborhood. This portion depicts the mixture of industrial and residential spaces in the area.
Murals on Stewart Street under the 10 Freeway tell the history of the Pico neighborhood. This portion depicts the mixture of industrial and residential spaces in the area.
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The 33rd district on L.A.'s Westside is said to be the second wealthiest congressional district in the U.S. There are still pockets of poverty. 

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KPCC's Alice Walton says that's something that hasn't received much attention in the race to succeed longtime Congressman Henry Waxman.



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