New goals set by the Southern California Association of Governments would push L.A. to build 810,000 units by 2029
Tenants' rights activists have won some big victories in L.A., but state-level reforms continue to flop
The city controller’s office examines how voter-approved Proposition HHH became a historic debacle in the making
The California Apartment Association is anticipating "indirect political benefits" from the tenant protections
What a rally for tenant protections looks like in the age of social distancing
Could an "empty housing penalty" ease the region’s housing crisis?
The outspoken official talks about the homelessness crisis, mental illness, and his own ”brush” with living on the streets of L.A.
Since Nobody Asked About Housing in Last Night’s Debate, Here’s Where the Democratic Candidates Stand
The moderators skipped over an issue that's at the forefront in California
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation has also nominated the 20-year-old building for historic-cultural status
Racist housing policy is at the root L.A.’s current crisis