Essential California: What’s subsequent for LGBT movement? – LA Times

July 13, 2015 - Essential Water

Good morning. It is Monday, Jul 13. Here’s what is function in a Golden State:

TOP STORIES

Dangerous intersections

Nearly a entertain of Los Angeles’ traffic accidents happen during reduction than 1% of intersections. Many of those are in downtown and Hollywood, that tend to have some-more firmness than other tools of a city. “Urban planners contend a information prominence a good plea in Los Angeles’ query to be more walking friendly: Its far-reaching boulevards and sprawling grids, designed to pierce cars as fast as possible, are vestiges of a past that put pedestrians of a benefaction in danger.” Los Angeles Times

Which side?

Mayor Eric Garcetti’s preference not to take a mount on the Trans-Pacific Partnership has confused both his allies and critics. However, politicians who have worked with a mayor advise this is evil of his style. “During his 14 years in city government, Garcetti has during times been criticized for indecisiveness and for giving churned or dubious signals about his position on divisive topics.” Los Angeles Times

New jail scandal

Ten L.A. County jail employees were dangling by Sheriff Jim McDonnell  after a censure that an invalid was “restrained” for 32 hours, receiving medical caring and usually a crater of H2O during that time. This pierce comes as a FBI continues to examine how a Sheriff’s Department manages a jails. Already, 12 members of a dialect have been convicted of crimes, including polite rights violations. Los Angeles Times

 

DROUGHT

Water rights: A new justice statute has lifted questions over a state’s ability to diminish H2O rights. A Sacramento decider says H2O officials disregarded a due routine rights of a West Side Irrigation District when it systematic it to stop sketch H2O from a Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Los Angeles Times

End in sight: It’s looking some-more and some-more like there will be an El Nino this winter — and it could be a strongest on record. “In a U.S., El Niño customarily exerts many of a change during a tumble and winter, with increasing flood along a West Coast in particular. This would be good news for drought-plagued California and other Western states, though a wetter than normal winter is distant from certain during this point.” Mashable

 

L.A. AT LARGE

Next call of activism: For decades, the LGBT movement has been joined by AIDS and marriage equality. Activists now find themselves seeking what a subsequent front is — from polite rights to LGBT homelessness to profitable some-more courtesy to a bisexual and transgender members of a community. “The issues confronting transgender people are so obligatory and vicious — for many, literally a daily onslaught for presence — that we don’t have a room or oppulance for fatigue,” pronounced a executive executive of a Transgender Law Center. Los Angeles Times

Preparing for a end: A 68-year-old lady who was stranded with her father for dual weeks after they done a wrong spin in a plateau between San Diego and Riverside counties said she was prepared to die before rescuers arrived. Her 79-year-old father did pass divided one week into a ordeal. “If we make it out, fine. If we don’t make it out, fine,” Dianna Bedwell said. Riverside Press-Enterprise

 

IMMIGRATION

State proposal: California is deliberation either to emanate work permits to farmworkers who are in a nation illegally. A identical bid unsuccessful 3 years amid hopes of a some-more extensive solution. Los Angeles Times

Talking points: Donald Trump’s tongue on immigration, that he brought to Beverly Hills on Friday, is out of place in a state that’s left out of a approach to equivocate distinguished a oppressive tinge on a issue. Los Angeles Times

Latino politics: Will California have a Latino senator or governor in 2016 or 2018? A new news finds Latino politicians have a many success in little cities. “For Latinos, ceiling transformation is difficult by problems connected to a bad audience of Latinos in their geographic base, Southern California, and a problem of lifting income when home districts miss abounding wealth,” columnist Cathleen Decker writes. Los Angeles Times

 

POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

Mayoral evaluation: As Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia outlines a finish of his initial year in office, he’s focusing on early childhood preparation and county engagement. “Though a domestic honeymoon has left well, or during slightest has been active and though entanglements, many contend a genuine hurdles for Garcia are ahead, and usually afterwards will a loyal magnitude of his care be revealed.” Long Beach Press-Telegram

No suspects: Who leaked a trusted confirmation in a crime box opposite former state Sen. Ron Calderon? The sovereign supervision can’t figure it out so officials have given adult looking for a culprit. Daily News

 

CRIME AND COURTS

Skid quarrel shooting: A low dive into a military sharpened of Charly Keunang, whose genocide on movement row was prisoner on film by a bystander. “The irony is roughly too crude, though there it is: Charly “Africa” Keunang review plays since when he was younger he’d dreamed of apropos an actor, had immigrated to a U.S. to be in a movies. That didn’t occur until a day he died.” GQ

 

HOUSING

More than staging: Los Angeles Realtors are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to marketplace some of a many costly homes in a world. When a home has toilets valued during $5,600, maybe spending $300,000 to get buyers’ courtesy isn’t so crazy? Los Angeles Times

Tiny houses: There’s a new housing trend that’s held on with millennials and baby boomers who are looking to downsize — micro-dwellings. These little homes are smaller than 500 block feet. “It’s a lot some-more giveaway and liberating to have reduction stuff,” one proprietor said. Orange County Register (photo gallery)

 

CALIFORNIA PERSPECTIVES

A for effort: The Los Angeles Times’ editorial house will start arising report cards for L.A.’s tip politicians. The plan will eventually grow to embody county and state officials as well. Marks will be given for leadership, effectiveness, vision, clarity and domestic courage. Los Angeles Times

 

CALIFORNIA CULTURE

Disney’s politics: Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait finds himself in conflict with Disney, a area’s biggest employer and taxation generator, over a city’s agreement not to levy a sheet taxation for a subsequent 30 years. “I think, down a road, people will charity this day. Other people will demeanour during us and contend that we gave divided a people’s right to vote,” he said. Los Angeles Times

Getting away: Ojai is once again a renouned destination. Could it be an “electromagnetic vortex” that’s sketch people in, as one internal proprietor suggested? No, it’s substantially a pleasing landscapes and relaxed, upscale hotels and restaurants. New York Times

An barbarous Hollywood story: The attribute between Clark Gable and Loretta Young was one of Hollywood’s biggest scandals. But it was decades after and late in life when Young was means to entirely know a complexities of her possess experience. Buzzfeed

 

CALIFORNIA ALMANAC

Los Angeles will have low clouds and object with a high of 80 degrees. In Riverside, there will be copiousness of fever and 90 degrees. San Diego will have some clouds and 75 degrees. There will be low clouds in San Francisco, that will strech a high of 71 degrees.

AND FINALLY

Save your pennies since gasoline in a Southland could strech $4 a gallon.

 

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