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Newly released index highlights Los Angeles residents’ dissatisfaction with the high cost of housing.
The bill spotlights the fight to protect single-family zoning amid a push for increased construction to solve California’s housing crisis.
Tech sector contractors fight for the stability and benefits enjoyed by full-time employees doing the same work.
To include low-income workers in the growing green economy, legislators are incorporating social justice components into green energy policies.
While California has taken steps toward criminal justice reform, the Nipsey Hussle case shows that ‘gangs are the great exception’ to this trend, she says.
He weighs in on the L.A. experience in a National Geographic discussion about remaking healthy urban spaces damaged by dependence on cars.
His latest book highlights hypocritical rhetoric among progressive cities whose policies price out working-class people.
The traffic-reduction strategy will be implemented in Manhattan, providing a test case in a large American city, he says.
He points to an ulterior motive: fueling the asylum crisis to win political points, which he calls ‘devastating in impact.’