A new initiative, slated to be on the ballot come March, could freeze development in Los Angeles for two years. The Neighborhood Integrity Initiative would serve as a reset button on large projects, but some say it could ultimately hurt the economy and make housing even more expensive. Early polls indicate that only 37% of prospective voters plan to approve the measure.
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