LOS ANGELES — More than two years after Bell gained national notoriety for corruption that left the working-class southeastern Los Angeles city on the brink of bankruptcy, reform leaders are still working to repair the damage done to city finances.

Trials have begun for former city leaders accused of corruption, who include a former city manager, assistant city manager, and six City Council members.

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