Ruling against the Save Westwood Village organization, a Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge decided this week that UCLA complied with environmental laws in planning the $162-million Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center, which includes a controversial 250-room hotel, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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