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EDITORIAL WEEK IN REVIEW.

A roundup of some of our more important editorials this past week

Stacked odds

As one of his New Year's resolutions, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is seeking to get the state's Indian gaming industry to start paying its fair share in taxes. Good luck to him.

Year of the people

In 2003, the politicians in Los Angeles and throughout California might not have answered the call to leadership, but we witnessed leadership from another source entirely.: The people.

2004: Accountability

From Los Angeles City Hall to the state Capitol in Sacramento, the great promise and hope for 2004 is that, at long last, accountability will return to state and local government.

A future of gridlock

For natives and visitors alike, Los Angeles freeways are synonymous with gridlock. And unless things change, they will someday soon be synonymous with ``grinding halt.''
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Publication:Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)
Article Type:Editorial
Date:Jan 4, 2004
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