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Los Angeles Moves Ahead with $35 Million Plan to Repurpose Juvenile Detention Camp

A shuttered juvenile detention camp in the far reaches of Los Angeles County’s Antelope Valley will become a live-in job training site for young adults who’ve been homeless, incarcerated or raised by the foster care system, under a $35 million plan approved last week by county supervisors.


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