High-paid Calif. council members say they'll slash pay
BELL, Calif. (AP) -- City Council members in a Los Angeles suburb under scrutiny for high salaries said today they will drastically reduce their pay at a council meeting later in the day.
The city of Bell issued a statement disclosing the expected cuts.
All four officials make about $100,000, a finding that has prompted backlash from the community and an investigation by the California attorney general.
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