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Councilman Cedillo defends record; running for Congress in the Trump era; vehicle break-in spree in Angeleno Heights

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  • Council District 1 representative Gil Cedillo, who is running for re-election in the March 7 primary, defended his record in a Lincoln Heights candidate forum. EGP News
  • About half of the 23 candidates running in the 34th Congressional District are either immigrants or the son of immigrants. The race for these candidates “is personal and expectations for the winner are high” as the Trump Administration lays the groundwork to build a giant wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and increase deportations. L.A. Times
  • Angeleno Heights and Echo Park got hit with a spate of vehicle break-ins over the past week, according to CrimeMapping.com. There were 11 reports of vehicle burglaries — 8 of them in Angeleno Heights or on Echo Park Avenue near the lake.

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One comment

  1. Cedillo defended his record? LOL. Say that to this lady: https://twitter.com/fig4all/status/833903045176020993
    Even he said ‘I know I’m a broken record’.

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