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An Appeals Court Has Halted a Judge’s Order on L.A. Homelessness—For Now

Judge David O. Carter's order calling for the housing of Skid Row's homeless has hit a small speed bump
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‘We’re On It’: L.A. County Makes Its Case for Being Dropped from a Landmark Homelessness Lawsuit

At a virtual hearing today, an attorney for the county insisted to a judge, “We don’t belong in this lawsuit”
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L.A. County Is Appealing an Order That Demands Action on Homelessness

The filing sets up a showdown about the judiciary’s power over the city's and county's policy decisions
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‘A Legacy of Racism’: Judge Issues Bold Order to House Skid Row’s Homeless

In an injunction filed Tuesday, Judge David O. Carter sets a timeline for housing the homeless on Skid Row—and restricts Mayor Garcetti’s nearly billion-dollar homeless plan
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A Legal Motion Demands Immediate Action to House Skid Row’s Homeless

A new filing in a lawsuit regarding the City and County's response to homelessness in L.A. traces the current crisis to the 1970s
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Major Decisions Loom in a Landmark Lawsuit Over Homelessness in Los Angeles

As a firebrand judge considers broad action to house the homeless, L.A. County requests to be dropped from a federal suit regarding its alleged mismanagement of the crisis
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Inside a Judge’s Controversial Crusade to Solve Homelessness in L.A.

As he presides over a lawsuit against the city and county over conditions in homeless encampments, 76-year-old Judge David O. Carter finds himself at the crux of one of the most pressing issues in the region