Jerry Brown Guts Oakland 

The governor's elimination of redevelopment forces the layoff of two hundred city workers and the dismantling of a system that he built.

When Jerry Brown was mayor of Oakland, he sanctioned a huge expansion of redevelopment in Oakland. During his tenure, Oakland converted 5,800 acres of the city into redevelopment areas, stretching from North Oakland to the San Leandro border, records show. Brown and…

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