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Food Trucks Give City Regulations a Failing Grade

"They not only grade you once, but repeatedly visit you on your truck while we're at our peak hours. We've got to constantly be under some sort of inspection."
Photo via Neon Tommy
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Governor Brown Signs Bill To Expedite Stadium Build

"There are too many damn regulations," Governor Jerry Brown said Tuesday on the steps of the L.A. Convention Center. And so he signed Senate Bill 292, a measure focused on "cutting red tape all over the state."
The Coliseum could be an interim home for an NFL team
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Bringing Football to L.A. May Be Harder Than It Sounds

AEG and the L.A. City Council want a football team playing in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum by 2012 and kicking off in the proposed Farmers Field by 2015. But, not so fast.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has hosted two Olympic Games and two Super Bowls.
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USC Master Lease Improves Chances of NFL Return to Coliseum

With plans of an NFL team moving to LA and taking root in the AEG-backed downtown stadium, a temporary home will be necessary in the interim while Farmers Field is being built.
Rendering of proposed downtown L.A. football stadium | Courtesy AEG
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Downtown LA Stadium: AEG Seeks Protection from Lawsuits

AEG is asking state lawmakers to pass special legislation that would protect the developer from lawsuits that could delay or stop progress on the downtown stadium
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