Topic City Council
The attention the mayor’s office has lavished on the billionaire Hollywood executive stands in stark contrast to how they treat activists and organizers.
As City Council and the city attorney prepare to enforce the new anti-camping ordinance, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is being kept in the dark.
Older unhoused people with chronic health conditions living in less visited areas of Venice are continually overlooked for housing.
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.
A reminder of who anti-camping laws really affect and why 41.18 is not only unconstitutional, but inhumane.
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.
How an Olympic city council vote ushered in a new era of policing in Los Angeles
A motion that would propel Los Angeles towards a city-wide phase-out of oil and gas drilling needs support to pass committee.
LA City Council just did something it hasn’t done in over forty years: hold a contested Olympic vote.
Big wins, narrow misses… check in to see how KNOCK’s recommended, hyperlocal candidates and ballot measures played out this election.