Redistricting only happens every 10 years, so now is the time to speak up for community interests.
California is in dire need of affordable housing, but lawmakers are making a risky bet by incentivizing market-rate housing without affordability requirements.
Two affluent developers want to demolish 12 rent-stabilized units and a restaurant to build a hotel in Pico-Robertson, but does the community really want this amenity?
California’s Legislature has a chance to do a lot of good, but with a faltering sense of urgency, they may pass on the opportunity.
Katzenberg got a meeting with another city councilmember this week in less than an hour, proving that deep pockets and a PR machine lead to easier avenues of influence.
These bills could lead to safer working conditions and better pay for warehouse employees, farmworkers, and other workers across the state.
In 2012, Los Angeles’s redistricting process was an unmitigated disaster. In 2021, Nury Martinez will not hold the meetings required to pass key resolutions.
Across Los Angeles, unhoused Angelenos are being forced out of their communities in the name of preserving public space for “all citizens” — but who does that really include?
A brief primer on O’Farrell and how the Echo Park gentrification endgame has been building for decades.
Over a year into the pandemic, the most vulnerable population in Los Angeles County are still left to fend for themselves.