The LA Podcast
September 6, 2021 Episode 190

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Below you can find links to all subjects discussed on LA Podcast #190.


Karen Bass is “seriously considering” running for LA Mayor.
Beverly Hills Police Department has a special unit that only arrests Black people.
All the forestland in California is closed because of extreme fire risk.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court confirms LA routinely violates unhoused people’s constitutional rights.
Listener Question:

Listener Kelsey asked about the history of Street Sweeping (and its parking tickets) in Los Angeles. As promised, here’s the link where you can figure out what the current sweeping schedule is in your neighborhood: Street Sweeping Near Me map.
Bureau of Street Services webpage about street sweeping right now in LA.
Deep Dive:

After an antivax protest in Santa Monica late in August publicized the home addresses of LA City Councilmembers, the city council voted in favor of banning protest within 300 feet of a private home. But it is already illegal to protest within 100 feet of a private residence, and protests have already been violent away from the homes of elected officials. What’s going on?
Read the council motion here.
Watch council discussion on YouTube. (20 minutes total)