School bill met with disinterest

Mayor Villaraigosa's preferred course toward reform of the LAUSD — Assembly bill 1381 — came up for endorsement before the the City Council's Intergovernmental Relations committee this morning. When no one showed up to speak for it, and four members of the public spoke against, the panel decided to take no action. They might try again next week.

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