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A California state judge ruled Wednesday that Inglewood city officials did not violate a state housing law when they agreed to negotiate with the owner of the LA Clippers for a new basketball arena rather than first offer a 15-acre piece of land to developers for affordable housing.

LOS ANGELES - A California state judge ruled Wednesday that Inglewood city officials did not violate a state housing law when they agreed to negotiate with the owner of the LA Clippers for a new basketball arena rather than first offer a 15-acre piece of land to developers for affordable housing.

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