The three-day, first-come first-served free clinic Wednesday is expected to attract Angelenos who are uninsured or insured but unable to afford deductibles.
This is the fourth case involving the alleged dumping of homeless patients that City Attorney Mike Feuer has settled with local hospitals.
State health officials estimate that about 170,000 children under 19 without legal status will be eligible when a new law takes effect next month.
The state Senate gives final approval for funds Gov. Brown requested in February, but it's unclear when the expanded cleanup of lead will begin in earnest.
L.A.'s only remaining lead battery recycler will test soil within a quarter-mile of its plant at residential properties and commercial sites.
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A state analysis finds 6-year-olds near the former battery recycler had higher blood lead levels, but suggests the age of their homes could also be a factor.