By HILDY MEDINA

Staff Reporter

Despite growing political clout in the San Fernando Valley, Latino leaders are sitting on the sidelines when it comes to Valley secession a stance that could hinder creation of a new Valley city if and when the measure qualifies for the ballot...

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