A recent study showed that the LA City Council voted unanimously 99.9 percent of the time, but when it comes to redrawing council district boundaries it’s a very different story. Two members are threatening to sue over recently proposed reapportionment, which is getting its last public hearing tonight, with final council approval scheduled for Friday of next week. We hear about money, power prospects for re-election and public access. Also, some of the world’s most rare crocodiles, snakes, toads, tortoises, salamanders and fish go on display tomorrow at the LA Zoo. It’ll fascinate you or give you the creeps. Listen below.

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  • MEH said:

    What really gives me the creeps is the 99.9 percent unanimity record of the Los Angeles City Council. That feels more like graft than democracy at work.

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