Los Angeles to get $600M in school construction funds

10/16/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Lobbying by top Los Angeles officials has paid off with more than $600 million in state school construction funds for the city. The district faces a $2 billion deficit in its $20 billion construction and modernization program, the largest school building project in the nation, and the funds will help reduce that deficit.

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