It was the audio leak that created a political earthquake in Los Angeles.
Quickly after the racist feedback recorded throughout a non-public dialog amongst three council members and a labor chief leaked to the general public, the fallout started. There’ve been resignations, rowdy protests at City Hall and extra. The controversy has created a political opening that may essentially change the make-up of the City Council by pushing it even additional to the left.
With midterms simply two weeks away, as we speak we speak about what’s subsequent at L.A. City Hall. Learn the total transcript right here.
Host: Gustavo Arellano
Friends: L.A. Times reporters Julia Wick and David Zahniser
Racist audio leak might push L.A. City Hall additional left in Nov. 8 election
Amid noisy protest, the L.A. City Council — listening through earbuds — conducts its enterprise
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