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California’s housing crisis is a complex one, as befits a state with a population of close to 40 million people, spread out over 163,696 square miles, and with some of the country’s largest cities and fastest growing population hubs, as well as some of its most rugged rural areas.

  • No Direction Home: California’s Affordable Housing Crisis

    No Direction Home: California’s Affordable Housing Crisis

    • February 22, 2016

    “No Direction Home” reaches many troubling conclusions about California’s housing market

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  • Affordable Housing: Introduction to a Crisis

    Affordable Housing: Introduction to a Crisis

    • February 22, 2016

    California’s housing crisis is a complex one, as befits a state with a population of close to 40 million people, spread out over 163,696 square miles, and with some of the country’s largest cities and fastest growing population hubs, as well as some of its most rugged rural areas. See More Stories in Capital &

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  • Renting in Los Angeles: A Gallery

    Renting in Los Angeles: A Gallery

    • February 23, 2016

        Photojournalist Ted Soqui shot these images for today’s story by Sasha Abramsky, Renting in Los Angeles — Dislocation, Dislocation, Dislocation.  See More Stories in Capital & Main’s Affordable Housing Series

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  • Renting in Los Angeles — Dislocation, Dislocation, Dislocation

    Renting in Los Angeles — Dislocation, Dislocation, Dislocation

    • February 23, 2016

    One block north of fabled Hollywood Boulevard, and a stone’s throw from the iconic Capitol Records Building, sit three rent-stabilized, two-story apartment buildings, known to residents as the Yucca-Argyle complex. One building is peach-colored, one green and the third yellow. Each is organized around a small courtyard and in back is a parking lot for

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