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"Hill climate resilience policy expert, during the Obama administration thinks the federal government could apply pressure to accomplish this as has been done in the past we done that in coastal areas before where we said this area, we're going to let it be left alone. So we won't give you any additional money for infrastructure or other kinds of funding seeking a compromise. Nusa might be hoping at least. The mention of tighter controls on building in high risk areas will push local governments to rethink how to expand urban housing to become more attractive and affordable for people to live there. Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio sees apologize agreed to plead guilty, but that may not be enough to keep actress, Felicity Huffman from going to jail. Federal prosecutors reportedly plan to seek a sentence of four to ten months for huffman's role in the college admissions bribery, scheme L, a defense attorney and former prosecutor Steve Meister thinks the judge will go along with that. So we're good actually impose stiffer terms and Meister tells KNX Huffman will go behind bars. In an actual Keno facility. But if. Yetter? She might spend in a halfway house sort of residential reentry in LA county for the central district somewhere that might be kind of how this works out"