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Prop 46: Drug and Alcohol Testing of Doctors, Increased Negligence Awards

Prop 46: Drug and Alcohol Testing of Doctors, Increased Negligence Awards

Original Airdate October 15, 2014
Proposition 46 would create the nation’s first random drug and alcohol testing of doctors.
Prop 47: Criminal Sentences

Prop 47: Criminal Sentences

Original Airdate October 15, 2014
Proposition 47 is intended to confront prison overcrowding and help keep residents in school and out of jail.
Same Goal, Different Approaches: Ending Homelessness in L.A.

Same Goal, Different Approaches: Ending Homelessness in L.A.

Original Airdate October 8, 2014
Homelessness in L.A. has been a problem for decades, but now a major push is being made to try to end chronic and veteran homelessness by 2016. Dozens of organizations are working together to get people off the streets and into permanent housing.
Expansion of Bike Lanes in Los Angeles

Expansion of Bike Lanes in Los Angeles

There's a hate-love relationship going on between bikes pedaling the streets of Los Angeles and cars speeding by.
Part-time Blues: Volunteer Cops on the Beat

Part-time Blues: Volunteer Cops on the Beat

The Los Angeles Police Department, like many police departments across the country, is surprisingly dependent upon a corps of volunteers known as reserve officers.
Art or Ad? L.A.'s Mural Law Written in Gray Ink

Art or Ad? L.A.'s Mural Law Written in Gray Ink

Original Airdate September 10, 2014
In 2002, the city of Los Angeles placed a moratorium banning murals on private property. As a result of the ban, murals became illegal in Los Angeles. Many up and coming artists were forced to take down their murals, or have their artwork painted over.
Reforming L.A.'s Parking Tickets

Reforming L.A.'s Parking Tickets

Original Airdate August 27, 2014
Have you ever parked your car in Los Angeles only to return to a hefty fine placed on your windshield?
The Fate of Feral Cats

The Fate of Feral Cats

Approximately two million untamed feral cats roam the streets and neighborhoods of Los Angeles.
Prisoners Enrolled in One of the Toughest Rehab Programs

Prisoners Enrolled in One of the Toughest Rehab Programs

Thousands of inmates are housed in Chino State Prison, just 40 miles east of Los Angeles, and a few of them are enrolled in one of the toughest prison rehabilitation programs in the world.
Budget Buster: Reexamining Proposition 13

Budget Buster: Reexamining Proposition 13

In 1978, Proposition 13 helped cap property taxes at one percent of assessed value, and froze values at 1975 levels.
Massaging the Law: The Rise of Illicit Massage Parlors in SoCal

Massaging the Law: The Rise of Illicit Massage Parlors in SoCal

Several Southern California cities have seen an overwhelming increase in the number of massage parlors in the past few years.