L.A. City Council Opposes State Bill That Would Lift Local Zoning Rules

For the second year in a row, the Los Angeles City Council has come out against a plan by a San Francisco-based state senator to lift restrictions on higher-density housing near rail stations, major bus routes and areas with high concentrations of jobs. On a 12 to 0 vote Tuesday, [...]

April 18th, 2019|

Lawmakers and Landlords: More Than a Quarter of California Legislators Are Both

In a quiet neighborhood on the outskirts of south Sacramento, the property looks like any other on the block: a single-story house that could use a new paint job, a large front yard that could use a little tidying, a chain-link fence circumferencing the lot. The tenants inside have no [...]

April 18th, 2019|

L.A. City Council Moves to Outlaw Discrimination Against Section 8 Tenants

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday moved forward with a law that would bar landlords from refusing to consider tenants with Section 8 vouchers. In a 12-0 vote, the council instructed the city attorney to draft an ordinance that would extend protections against so-called source-of-income discrimination to people who [...]

April 18th, 2019|
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