Wary Black Voters Helped Sink LA’s ‘Police Tax’

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A pronounced ambivalence about the role of police in largely African American areas of Los Angeles helped sink last week’s ballot measure that would have raised the county sales tax to hire more officers, and remains a formidable obstacle to rekindling the proposal solely as a citywide levy. An analysis by the Los Angeles Times
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