The Valley Industry & Commerce Association expressed outrage at the Los Angeles City Council for failing to solve the city’s budget shortfall after it was announced the council had voted down a measure that would have handed about 1,000 employees pink slips.

“Instead of making the tough leadership decisions necessary, the council delayed job cuts that added $4 million to the budget gap,” said the business-advocacy group, based in Sherman Oaks...

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