The Goldhirsh Foundation has embarked on an initiative to build a blueprint for the future Los Angeles.
An index to all the Laws That Shaped L.A. columns from the past year, organized by subject.
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Read these columns to find out more about the law that you've always wondered about -- or why things are the way they are in our city.
The "Least Interesting Policy That Dominates Most Everything" has ruined the character of our streets.
This 1906 federal law allowed a city that was then about 400,000 people to grow to about four million today.