News from Neighboring States for Nov. 14, 2017: Los Angeles developers will have to pay a fee for every square foot of new construction, generating an estimated $100 million per year to be used to provide affordable housing units.

Oceanwide Plaza, downtown Los Angeles

Los Angeles City Council Approves Controversial Housing Development Fee

Feds give initial OK to Utah’s application to build Lake Powell pipeline — but with a major, unexpected twist

New Mexico lawyer group fires executive director amid investigation

Las Vegas Review-Journal’ asks judge to unseal Bundy docs, hearings

From growing up in Denver to directing “The Last Jedi,” Rian Johnson’s Star Wars saga is just beginning

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