Facing a health crisis, California legislators call for a moratorium on evictions, utility shutoffs and foreclosures.
California’s economy is booming, but the state’s poorest residents are falling further and further behind.
Calvin Wongus has had no trouble finding employment in the tight labor market. But for the poorest workers like himself, the jobs have been low-paying and part-time.
Stagnant wages and increasingly unaffordable housing costs are leaving many low-income residents behind.
Los Angeles isn’t the only city considering eminent domain as a tool to ease housing woes. Some question its promise.