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A sign for an appartment to rent is seen in Los Angeles on May 27, 2009. Federal Reserve bank policymakers are seeing
A sign for an appartment to rent is seen in Los Angeles on May 27, 2009. Federal Reserve bank policymakers are seeing "tentative evidence" the US economy is emerging from recession and could show modest growth in the second half of 2009. Consumer purchases also appeared to have stabilized after falling in the second half of 2008, and the steep decline in the housing sector seemed to be abating. (Photo credit should read GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images)
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Today, on the show, we start with why Colorado lawmakers are rethinking some rules around legal pot sales. Then, Los Angeles moves to regulate private trash haulers. Plus, Ben Bergman reports on why rent is so unaffordable in L.A., details of Mexico's deal with armed groups in Michoacán still unclear, will Sriracha be moving outside of the city? Plus much more.