With more progressives likely to join her on L.A.’s City Council, Nithya Raman talks about the prospects for breaking the ‘culture of unanimity’ at City Hall.
Political giving by the Los Angeles mayoral candidate tops $1 million since 2020.
Wildland firefighters have been sounding the alarm on a lack of accessible housing. Is anyone listening?
In Chinatown, renters champion use of eminent domain to rekindle the fight for truly public housing.
The city’s ‘Right to Organize’ ordinance requires landlords to recognize tenant associations in their buildings.
The long-time activist talks about the El Sereno community’s struggle for autonomy in the midst of a global pandemic.
Affluent Californians flock to the region, creating a classic housing crisis, only more so.
Los Angeles could learn from past host cities that have included social equity provisions in their contracts.
A developer known for building high-end housing has bought the iconic property, sparking fears of unwanted gentrification.
Advocates propose expanded access to attorneys as a way to keep tenants in their homes.
Housing equity groups, nonprofit lenders and developers argue that financial institutions should play a larger role in addressing affordable housing needs.
It seems everyone in the state wants more housing, but not necessarily in their own backyards.
The city’s housing plan may not create the integrated and balanced communities that state law requires.
Disappointing numbers call into question the state’s market-based prescription for resolving the housing shortage.
California’s efforts to tackle its housing crisis may be headed for trouble at the local level.
A Capital & Main investigation finds the city’s fair housing programs are littered with problems.
The debate around SB 9 centers on equity, social justice, affordability — and whether it benefits residents or developers.
Soaring rents are placing intense pressure on tenants’ incomes and pricing people out.
The city of Clovis was found to be in violation of state housing laws.
An improbable vanguard of poor people is “reclaiming” vacant homes — forcing policymakers to rethink affordable housing strategies.