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Slab City's uncertain future, LAPD mental evaluation unit wrap up, Lane splitting

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The uncertain future of Slab City, a wrap up on a four-part series on LAPD's Mental Evaluation Unit, Susan Carpenter talks lane splitting.

Slab City, just east of California's Salton Sea, draws about 150 residents year round with its lack of taxes and real rules to speak of.
Motorists, stuck in traffic, watching motorcycles slip by. It's called lane splitting, and California is the only state that allows it.
Political news from around the Golden State with Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, Senior Fellow at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, and KQED's John Myers.
Southern California Public Radio's Stephanie O'Neill continues her series by exploring whether the MEU is a viable model for the LA County Sheriff's Department.
Mary Blair was the artist behind Disney's "Cinderella." The live action version of the classic animated feature is out in theaters March 13.
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