REGIONAL NEW for Aug. 7, 2017: The mayor and City Council need to take pay-to-play — perceived or otherwise — out of the city’s development process.


Councilman David Ryu, who hopes to ban city candidates from taking campaign money from businesses, labor unions and other groups, is seen at City Hall in 2015. /Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles: [Editorial] Take the pay-to-play out of development process

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