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The majority of unhoused people don’t stay on the street. Many more are like Sarah.

Ethan Ward Capital & Main (Editor’s note: The first of a three-part series from Capital & Main.)  Beneath a glaring porch light over her grandmother’s driveway, …

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Mayor Bass’ program to move homeless people indoors to launch Tuesday

Mayor Karen Bass takes questions last week after declaring a state of emergency on homelessness. (Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times)

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LA Mayor Karen Bass signs directive to speed up affordable housing projects

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass says one of the reasons there isn’t enough housing for the homeless in the city is because …

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Attorney General Bonta Shares Resources for Homeowners Facing Financial Hardship and Provides Tips to Avoid Foreclosure Scams

Tuesday, March 8, 2022 Contact: (916) 210-6000, agpressoffice@doj.ca.gov OAKLAND – California Attorney General Rob Bonta today issued an alert highlighting resources for financially distressed homeowners and warning homeowners of …

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An emergency declaration gives Karen Bass new powers. How will she use them?

Mayor Karen Bass’ first day in office didn’t start at City Hall but down the street at the Emergency Operations Center where, flanked by elected officials, she declared the homeless crisis a state of emergency.

That move, which will require approval of the City Council, gives her the ability to expedite the process of creating new interim housing and making a plan to get the most vulnerable Angelenos off the streets as winter weather sets in. Bass met with the general managers of city departments and challenged them to bring her solutions to make the government more efficient and responsive when addressing homelessness.

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‘Flood of evictions’ looms in Los Angeles as pandemic tenant protections expire

December 3, 20225:00 AM ET DANIELLE KAYE Martha Escudero in the kitchen of her home in the El Sereno neighborhood of Los Angeles, Calif. on …

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