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By Howard Jacobson
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The murder rate in Los Angeles is shocking—shockingly low. Fewer Angelenos were killed in 2010 than in any of the last 43 years, and back then the city was 30 percent less crowded.
Six billboards designed to look like classified ads, but with a very different message, are causing a stir in Newark, NJ. The billboards, funded by the Newark teacher’s union, were designed to draw attention to the soaring murder rates in the city.
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