Law Enforcement Sales Tax Loses In L.A. County

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A measure to raise the Los Angeles County sales tax to put 5,000 more police officers and sheriff’s deputies on the streets fell short of the two-thirds majority it needed to pass, the Los Angeles Times reports. The county’s top law enforcement officers, Sheriff Lee Baca and LAPD Chief William Bratton, acknowledged last night that
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