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Mike Feuer

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  • Is it too late for California to regulate medical marijuana?

    Is it too late for California to regulate medical marijuana?
    Monday morning, Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer and Police Chief Charlie Beck will announce an effort to help property owners and real estate agents comply with Proposition D, which banned all but about 100 medical marijuana dispensaries that...
  • L.A. sues Time Warner Cable over past fees

    L.A. sues Time Warner Cable over past fees
    Time Warner Cable Inc. has stirred anger over its hike in subscription rates for customers and its efforts to extract hefty fees from rivals to air the L.A. Dodgers channel. Now it has incurred the wrath of city officials. On Friday, the city of Los...
  • Smith & Wesson joins fight against 'microstamping'

    Smith & Wesson joins fight against 'microstamping'
    SACRAMENTO — Gun maker Smith & Wesson announced Thursday that it would stop selling newly designed semiautomatic pistols in California because of a state law requiring those firearms to imprint a unique, identifying "microstamp" on bullet casings....
  • Gun firms' 'microstamping' protests are 'baloney,' law's author says

    Gun makers' objections to a California law that requires firearms to imprint a unique "microstamp" on bullet casings are "baloney" and "posturing," said Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer, who introduced the legislation while serving in the state Assembly....
  • L.A. city leaders unsatisfied with audit of DWP-funded nonprofits

    L.A. city leaders unsatisfied with audit of DWP-funded nonprofits
    Los Angeles Department of Water and Power union leader Brian D'Arcy's effort to "clear the air" and explain what happened to more than $40 million in ratepayer money paid to two nonprofits has failed to convince city leaders calling for full accounting of...
  • South L.A. drug ring busted, nearly 7.7 million doses of PCP seized

    Federal authorities have seized about 7.7 million doses of PCP and arrested 20 people in connection with a drug ring tied to a South Los Angeles street gang, officials announced Wednesday. In two indictments, authorities charged 40 people with ties to...
  • Former Greuel strategist signs on with competitor Williamson

    The consultant who oversaw former L.A. Controller Wendy Greuel's race for mayor last year has signed on with a competitor to Greuel's campaign for an open congressional seat. Bestselling author and spiritual teacher Marianne Williamson revealed that  L....
  • L.A. sues Wells Fargo and Citigroup, alleging predatory lending

    The city of Los Angeles accused banking giants Wells Fargo & Co. and Citigroup Inc. of a “continuous pattern and practice” of mortgage discrimination that led to a wave of foreclosures, reduced property tax revenue and increased costs for city...
  • South Los Angeles residents fuming over oil field

    South Los Angeles residents fuming over oil field
    The South Coast Air Quality Management District's top brass faced a frustrated crowd at a town hall meeting Wednesday, during which more than 100 South Los Angeles residents criticized the agency's inability to say whether fumes from an oil field are...
  • Court lets LAPD reinstate vehicle impound rules, at least for now

    Court lets LAPD reinstate vehicle impound rules, at least for now
    A state appeals court late Wednesday set aside a lower court's ruling that struck down the Los Angeles Police Department's vehicle impound rules. The decision by a panel of three justices from the California Court of Appeal cleared the way for Police...
  • Upscale Mar Vista isn't rolling with pot shop

    Upscale Mar Vista isn't rolling with pot shop
    The Highland Park Patient Collective has been praised by Yelp reviewers for its sample room where patients can try their meds, its PlayStation 3 and stockpile of games and its cheap outdoor kush that's good for rolling blunts. But don't expect the...
  • City Hall staff kept quiet on L.A. streetcar red flags

    City Hall staff kept quiet on L.A. streetcar red flags
    When downtown voters agreed last winter to bring back the Los Angeles streetcar, the campaign pitch sounded simple: a $125-million trolley through the heart of the central city, with funding split between federal grants and a new property tax. Inside...