Rules for determining how much housing cities will be required to build are being hammered out now, and the stakes are high, he says.
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Two global efforts led by the professor of public policy, medicine, and health and policy management are unveiled at the U.N. and in the journal Lancet.
Called heroes by some and obstructionists by others, the citizens who battled extension of the 710 Freeway kept up the fight for 60 years.
Proposed commission would have wide latitude to conduct inquiries into L.A. County’s troubled juvenile detention system.
The renters’ rights movement has scored successes at the local level but does not have the resources of corporate landlords and the real estate industry.
Support from the L.A. mayor could make a difference in the tight race for the Democratic nomination, he says.
Decision to restrict residential building in Southern California is the work of officials “firmly committed to opposing change,” he says.
He argues for “tactical” bus-only lanes to reduce peak congestion, citing research from UCLA’s Institute of Transportation Studies.
Collection of essays explores trends fueled by the new economic order and includes perspectives from the Global North and South.
LPPI executive director cites research showing a surge in minority voters and weighs in on continuing threats to the democratic process.