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  • Southeast Los Angeles struggles with decades of corruption

    A vicious combination of voter ambivalence, substandard oversight and human temptation has hollowed out small-city democracy in southeast Los Angeles for decades. Local officials are looking for a new way forward.

Southeast Los Angeles struggles with decades of corruption

A vicious combination of voter ambivalence, substandard oversight and human temptation has hollowed out small-city democracy in southeast Los Angeles for decades. Local officials are looking for a new way forward.
Alexei Koseff The Sacramento Bee