S■ Jon Coupal-Blanca Rubio / Contributed tarting on January 1st, Californians who park their cars next to a parking meter only to find that it’s broken won’t have to worry that a parking ticket will be waiting on their windshield when they come back, thanks to a new law. Assembly Bill 1625, introduced by Assemblywoman Blanca E. Rubio, D-Baldwin Park, prevents local governments from banning parking at metered spaces with broken meters or parking kiosks. The driver-friendly bill was supported by the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. In 2014, San Francisco collected $130 million from parking tickets and Los Angeles took in $165 million. In the 2015-2016 fiscal year, Los Angeles collected
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