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Are Prop. 10’s Big-Money Foes Making California’s Housing Problem Worse?

Labor & EconomyBy Jessica Goodheart

Topping the list of corporate anti-rent control donors are some of the country’s largest landlords — many funded by Wall Street investment dollars — whose bottom lines could be negatively affected by Prop. 10’s passage.

Fossil Fuel Giant Stealthily Pumping Unregulated Cash Into Colorado Ballot Fight

Politics & GovernmentBy David Sirota and Chase Woodruff

Co-published by Westword
In a move that goes beyond Citizens United, Noble Energy is airing undisclosed ads against Proposition 112 — and the GOP Secretary of State says that’s A-OK.

State Superintendent Race Hit With New Wave of Billionaire Bucks

Learning CurvesBy Bill Raden

In final weeks of race, pro-charter forces fill the coffers. DeVos fails to kill student debt relief rule. The kids are alright with socialism.

Video: Rising Rents Force a Choice Between Eating or Shelter

Labor & EconomyBy Marco Amador

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 15 million American households experienced food insecurity at some point in 2017.

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