Editor's note: This post was authored by Gwilym McGrew.
The Los Angeles Times reported late last night: “Los Angeles officials have offered Occupy L.A. protesters a package of incentives that includes downtown office space and farmland in an attempt to persuade them to abandon their camp outside of City Hall, according to several demonstrators who have been in negotiations with the city.”
“City officials have offered protesters a $1-a-year lease on a 10,000-square-foot office space near City Hall.”
Full Story & Details here: “Occupy L.A. receives offer to decamp; Protesters could get downtown office space and farmland if they leave City Hall.”
Seems Los Angeles is expanding on the term “Sanctuary City.”
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