Going After Graffiti 

A new law proposed by Oakland's city attorney would impose fines on both taggers and property owners.

With graffiti becoming an increasingly serious problem in large areas of Oakland, the Oakland City Attorney's Office is proposing a new city ordinance that would impose financial penalties on persons convicted of applying graffiti to property within the city and on property…

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