Los Angeles mayoral hopefuls debate cutting budget, trimming pensions
Los Angeles' five mayoral candidates sparred over its ailing economy Monday night, each claiming to be best qualified to reduce a persistent public deficit, reform the public pension system and attract business to the second-largest U.S. city.
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#1 Jan 29, 2013
Too late. All three voted for the most expensive public empl union contracts in American history. All three wouldn't be in politics if they hadn't sold every one in the City out in return for Union campaign support which brought us to the cusp of Pension Legacy fiscal collapse.
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