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Activists and Council Members Want to Know Why Many L.A. Hotels Aren’t Housing the Homeless

Despite receiving public subsidies, many L.A. hotels aren't participating the Gavin Newsom's Project Roomkey
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As April 1 Looms, COVID-Impacted Tenants Are Trying to Figure Out How They’ll Pay Rent

Out of work and low on funds, renters are already receiving texts and letters from landlords warning them they have to pay up
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Governor Newsom Freezes California Evictions Through May to Ease COVID-19 Pain

Renters have to declare in writing that the virus has directly impacted their employment
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Housing Activists Staged a ‘Car Caravan’ Protest Outside Mayor Garcetti’s Home

What a rally for tenant protections looks like in the age of social distancing
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Why Didn’t the Landlord Lobby Fight California’s New Statewide Rent Control Law?

The California Apartment Association is anticipating "indirect political benefits" from the tenant protections
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California’s Legislature Just Passed a Statewide Rent Control Bill

Here’s what you need to know about "anti-rent gouging" Assembly Bill 1482
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L.A. Will Finally Start Enforcing its Airbnb Rules—Here’s What You Need to Know

The city’s new Home-Sharing Ordinance went into effect in July, but enforcement starts November 1
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When a South L.A. Family Lost Their Footing, Steve Mnuchin’s Bank Gobbled Up Their Slice of the American Dream

A new book examines the "modern-day robber barons" who benefitted from the housing market collapse—Trump and his inner circle included
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The City Plans to Move 6,000 Homeless Angelenos into L.A. Rec Centers

Mayor Garcetti announced an "unprecedented effort" on Wednesday evening
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Everything You Need to Know About Tenancy in Common Real Estate

A new form of co-ownership is making owning a home cheaper for some, but tenant advocates worry it's spurring evictions and displacement