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For Homeboy Industries, a Bakery, Tattoo Removal, and Now Housing?

The legendary Los Angeles gang intervention program is looking to build a 157-unit complex for ‘homies’ at risk of becoming homeless
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Is an Echo Park Lake-Style Situation Unfolding at MacArthur Park?

Since March, when police cleared a large homeless encampment to revitalize Echo Park Lake, the specter of similar projects has taken on an unusual emotional and political charge

A 19-Story Tower Coming to Skid Row Will Be L.A.’s Biggest Homeless Housing Project of Its Kind

Weingart Tower, which breaks ground Tuesday, will add 278 new units to L.A.'s stock of permanent supportive housing for the homeless
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Appeals Court Overturns Judge’s Order Demanding Housing of Skid Row’s Homeless

In a big victory for the city and county, Judge David O. Carter's landmark injunction on homelessness in L.A. was struck down today
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Governor Newsom Wants ‘Massive’ Federal Aid for the Homeless Crisis

As a recall election looms, the governor is on the ground surveying the state of a fraught issue that's become a political weakness
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L.A. City Council Approves a Controversial Anti-Camping Ordinance

Lawmakers are attempting to get a handle on the city's encampments by allowing case-by-case enforcement in sensitive areas, and homeless advocates are concerned
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Opposition Is Mounting to a Local Judge’s Homeless Crisis Crusade

As the city and county appeal an unprecedented order to house Skid Row's homeless, municipalities across the West Coast issue their support
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How Real Is the Threat of an Eviction Crisis in L.A. County?

With the state's 15-month moratorium on evictions set to expire at the end of June, low-income renters may be facing their nightmare

As His Homeless Housing Order Faces Appeals, a Judge Says He Won’t Let Up

During hearings last week, Judge David O. Carter promised his court would stay ”diligent and involved” in the Skid Row homelessness lawsuit that's generated headlines
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The Citizens of Skid Row: A View from Inside the Hub of L.A.’s Unhoused Community

Since the ’70s, this four-square-mile swath of downtown has been a symbol of the city’s urban blight. But for the people who live there, it’s a neighborhood with codes and customs all its own.