Articles in the “news” category

Forecast: Coastal Flooding Is Going To Get A Lot Worse For California

Forecast: Coastal Flooding Is Going To Get A Lot Worse For California

A new study finds extremes we now see once every 50 years -- including terrible flooding in coastal areas -- could become commonplace in the next few decades.

Local Lawmakers Want Details Before Approving A Census Extension

Local Lawmakers Want Details Before Approving A Census Extension

U.S. Rep. Jimmy Gomez understands that COVID-19 is an unprecedented barrier to counting everyone, but says the Census Bureau's lack of communication is a whole different problem.

Coronavirus Map: LA County Has Lost More Than 900 People to COVID-19; More Than 3M Cases Worldwide

Coronavirus Map: LA County Has Lost More Than 900 People to COVID-19; More Than 3M Cases Worldwide

We're compiling the latest numbers on confirmed cases of COVID-19. This story is updated frequently.

Big Drop In Child Abuse Reports In LA -- And That Has Advocates Worried

Big Drop In Child Abuse Reports In LA -- And That Has Advocates Worried

Here's the big concern: "These children are out of sight and that's really frightening."

The Navy Hospital Ship Mercy Has Few Patients; Now Some Crew Have Coronavirus

The Navy Hospital Ship Mercy Has Few Patients; Now Some Crew Have Coronavirus

It's treated only a few dozen patients since its arrival. And now more than a half dozen crew members have tested positive for COVID-19.

Coronavirus Is Pushing LA County And City Budgets Off A Fiscal Cliff

Coronavirus Is Pushing LA County And City Budgets Off A Fiscal Cliff

Mayor Garcetti says "there's no question" his upcoming budget will include cuts. L.A. County is also facing "significant losses" that will impact county programs.

Your Guide To LA's Eviction Rules During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Your Guide To LA's Eviction Rules During The Coronavirus Pandemic

You lost your job. You can't pay your rent. Your landlord is threatening to kick you out. Here's what they can (and can't) do.

Cannes Can't: What the Cancellation of Festivals Means for Hollywood

Cannes Can't: What the Cancellation of Festivals Means for Hollywood

With Cannes now postponed indefinitely and the prospects for other fall festivals uncertain, Hollywood sales agents are scrambling to find new ways to auction their films and bring them to audiences hungry for new content.

Advocates Push CA's Top Court To Release More Detained Juveniles

Advocates Push CA's Top Court To Release More Detained Juveniles

Two advocacy groups are asking the court to order the immediate release of some low-risk youth detainees and those with medical conditions.

LAist Needs Your Help. Rise To The Challenge

LAist Needs Your Help. Rise To The Challenge

Millions of readers have sought out LAist in recent weeks for our top-notch coverage but very few -- so few it's statistically irrelevant -- have donated to support us. We need your help.

Here's What Angelenos Need To Know About Taxes And Coronavirus

Here's What Angelenos Need To Know About Taxes And Coronavirus

It's April 15 -- normally, the deadline to file your taxes. This year, you have extra time. But a lot else has changed.

Black College Students And Staff Make Their Own Safety Net Against COVID-19 Crisis

Black College Students And Staff Make Their Own Safety Net Against COVID-19 Crisis

African American students and staff at one college are responding to the COVID-19 crisis by doing more to support each other.

Community Health Clinics Are On The Frontlines, But The Pandemic Is Threatening To Wipe Them Out

Community Health Clinics Are On The Frontlines, But The Pandemic Is Threatening To Wipe Them Out

Community health clinics have always provided health care to L.A.'s most vulnerable, but since the pandemic hit, they are facing financial struggles.

LA Street Vendors Left Out Of Federal Aid 

LA Street Vendors Left Out Of Federal Aid 

At a time when billions of dollars in relief are being offered to more formal businesses, one vendor says he feels "anonymous."

Q&A: Top LA County Public Official Cautions To Expect 1K New Cases A Day

Q&A: Top LA County Public Official Cautions To Expect 1K New Cases A Day

Still, Barbara Ferrer told us: 'I don't want folks to get disheartened. I don't want folks to be discouraged.'

Cities May Face Dire Budget Choices If They're Ignored In Federal Bailout, Leaders Say

Cities May Face Dire Budget Choices If They're Ignored In Federal Bailout, Leaders Say

Leaders of small and mid-sized cities, including in Southern California, say they are being overlooked in federal bailouts because they can't apply directly for aid.

Do I Have To File A Tax Return To Get A Stimulus Check?

Do I Have To File A Tax Return To Get A Stimulus Check?

If you filed a 2019 tax return already, it's real easy to get that stimulus check.

California Churches Sue State And Counties Over Social-Distancing Orders

California Churches Sue State And Counties Over Social-Distancing Orders

Three Southern California churches argue that social-distancing orders violate their First Amendment right to freedom of religion and assembly.

What Exactly Are We Doing At Home? Not Just Streaming

What Exactly Are We Doing At Home? Not Just Streaming

What exactly are we doing with our unstructured free time?

La Luz Del Mundo's 'Apostle' Leads His Church From Inside A Jail Cell

La Luz Del Mundo's 'Apostle' Leads His Church From Inside A Jail Cell

The Light of the World Church is the largest non-Catholic religious group in Mexico. But its leader has spent much of his life right here in Southern California, where he's currently behind bars.

Supervisors Pass Rent Assistance Effort, Expand Tenant Protections

Supervisors Pass Rent Assistance Effort, Expand Tenant Protections

Supervisors unanimously approved measures to create a rental assistance program and expand eviction protections at a virtual meeting Tuesday morning.

ACLU Sues ICE To Reduce Detainee Population At Adelanto Detention Center

ACLU Sues ICE To Reduce Detainee Population At Adelanto Detention Center

The lawsuit claims that it's impossible for detainees to maintain 6 feet apart at the facility.

RIP Matt Holzman: LA's Public Radio World Loses A Big Voice

RIP Matt Holzman: LA's Public Radio World Loses A Big Voice

Remembering Matt Holzman, a singular voice on KCRW and L.A. public radio's most lovable grouch.

What's The Proper Way To Confront A Social Distancing Rule-Breaker?

What's The Proper Way To Confront A Social Distancing Rule-Breaker?

There's a new batch of etiquette dilemmas to navigate in the time of the coronavirus.

 LAUSD Campuses Will Remain Closed Through End of School Year, Summer Session

LAUSD Campuses Will Remain Closed Through End of School Year, Summer Session

The rest of the school year and summer school will continue "in the current, remote fashion."

In San Gabriel Valley, Concerns That Some Immigrants Are Missing Out on Coronavirus Relief Funds

In San Gabriel Valley, Concerns That Some Immigrants Are Missing Out on Coronavirus Relief Funds

Rep. Judy Chu and other members of Congress are demanding the SBA provide more information in Asian languages, such as Mandarin, Tagalog and Vietnamese.

LAUSD Will Not Reopen Its Campuses This School Year

LAUSD Will Not Reopen Its Campuses This School Year

Superintendent Beutner said students and teachers will continue "in the current, remote fashion, and we will hold summer school in a similar manner."

A Sad Day At The Mouse House: 30,000 Disney Workers Furloughed in SoCal

A Sad Day At The Mouse House: 30,000 Disney Workers Furloughed in SoCal

Those affected work at Disneyland, California Adventure, three Disney hotels and Downtown Disney.

We Asked Oscar The Grouch And Grover For Some Tips For Staying Home.  Listen To What They Told Us

We Asked Oscar The Grouch And Grover For Some Tips For Staying Home. Listen To What They Told Us

Oscar the Grouch loves his trash, he loves it more when everyone stays far away from him.

Mask Up: How Do You Say Hello When Nobody Can See You Smile?

Mask Up: How Do You Say Hello When Nobody Can See You Smile?

In the age of coronavirus prevention, Angelenos are coming up with a whole new vocabulary of hand gestures to say, "Hello neighbor, I care."

A Reader Asks: How Can A Survey Of Just 2K People Represent All Of LA?

A Reader Asks: How Can A Survey Of Just 2K People Represent All Of LA?

One of our supporters asked us: 'Why is LAist writing an article citing a study where a mere 0.02% of Los Angeles county was polled and telling us that opinion represents Los Angeles?' So we answered.

Here's What The Coronavirus Crisis Is Doing To LA's Freeway Traffic

Here's What The Coronavirus Crisis Is Doing To LA's Freeway Traffic

Traffic on some sections of freeway within the city of Los Angeles has effectively been cut in half, new data from Caltrans shows.

What If We Aren't All In This Together? What Coronavirus Exposes About America's Political Divide

What If We Aren't All In This Together? What Coronavirus Exposes About America's Political Divide

The virus is affecting everyone, in one way or another, but in terms of actual sickness and death, it is disproportionately afflicting people of color.

These SoCal Churches Are Holding Drive-In Easter Sunday Services

These SoCal Churches Are Holding Drive-In Easter Sunday Services

At drive-in services started since the coronavirus hit, church-goers are supposed to keep the windows up and leave the Easter baskets at home.

Angelenos Overwhelmingly Support Strict Stay Home Orders, Even As 58% Report Losing Income

Angelenos Overwhelmingly Support Strict Stay Home Orders, Even As 58% Report Losing Income

These restrictions have a very real impact on the economy.

Remembering Diane Rodriguez: Truth Teller, Actress, Director, Playwright

Remembering Diane Rodriguez: Truth Teller, Actress, Director, Playwright

Diane was warm and friendly, with a smile and laugh that lit up the room. She fought the good fight. To the very end.

LA Antibody Study Will Try To Determine Extent Of Coronavirus Spread

LA Antibody Study Will Try To Determine Extent Of Coronavirus Spread

Antibody testing is crucial to figuring out the extend of COVID-19's spread, how deadly it is, and when we might be able to end social distancing.

Is Universal Trolling Theater Owners With 'Trolls'?

Is Universal Trolling Theater Owners With 'Trolls'?

In response theater closures caused by Covid, the animated film is the first major studio release to bypass a theatrical release in favor of video-on-demand.

Coronavirus Tips: How (And Why) To Make Easy DIY Face Masks

Coronavirus Tips: How (And Why) To Make Easy DIY Face Masks

Our reporter Sharon McNary takes you on a step-by-step of how to make a homemade mask and tells you why it's important to wear one.

Mis Ángeles: This Is What It's Like To Get Tested for Coronavirus In Los Ángeles 

Mis Ángeles: This Is What It's Like To Get Tested for Coronavirus In Los Ángeles 

Our columnist Erick Galindo got tested for COVID-19 at one of L.A. County's drive-thru testing facilities. He chronicled it in real time. 

The Coronavirus Makes Life Tougher For Those With Developmental Disabilities

The Coronavirus Makes Life Tougher For Those With Developmental Disabilities

"Without sustained support, we will see kids not make gains in the way they might need to."

In Hollywood, Unemployment Is Rampant

In Hollywood, Unemployment Is Rampant

Studios, unions and guilds have all created relief funds for their employees and members.

How Political Campaigns Are Happening In The Age of Coronavirus

How Political Campaigns Are Happening In The Age of Coronavirus

Campaigning has gone virtual as social distancing reigns. Meanwhile, engage in attack politics at your own risk, say campaign operatives.

2020 Census: A New Campaign To Get Arab Americans To Check 'Other'

2020 Census: A New Campaign To Get Arab Americans To Check 'Other'

A decade later, the write-in campaign is underway again for the 2020 Census, but it's been rebranded. Now the slogan is, 'I am Arab, I am American, I Matter.'

Newsom's Ambitious Health Care Agenda Crumbles In A 'Radically Changed' World

Newsom's Ambitious Health Care Agenda Crumbles In A 'Radically Changed' World

California Gov. Gavin Newsom had ambitious proposals to increase health insurance coverage, reduce homelessness and tackle drug prices, but that all changed with COVID-19.

Coronavirus In LA: Your No-Panic Guide To Daily Life And The New (And Changing) Rules

Coronavirus In LA: Your No-Panic Guide To Daily Life And The New (And Changing) Rules

We're committed to being your long-term guide to the new normal in Los Angeles and Southern California.

More Than 2 Million Californians Are Out Of Work, But Some Can't Yet File For Unemployment

More Than 2 Million Californians Are Out Of Work, But Some Can't Yet File For Unemployment

Self-employed workers are still waiting to be able to file claims for jobless benefits.

How To Get Tested For Coronavirus In LA

How To Get Tested For Coronavirus In LA

Things are changing day by day. We'll do our best to keep this guide updated.

'Hollywood Squares On The Screen' As Coronavirus Forces Courts' Move To Remote Hearings

'Hollywood Squares On The Screen' As Coronavirus Forces Courts' Move To Remote Hearings

The move is an attempt to balance the demands of justice with the need to keep everyone safe from COVID-19.

Staff No-Show Forces Evacuation At Riverside Nursing Home. What Went Wrong?

Staff No-Show Forces Evacuation At Riverside Nursing Home. What Went Wrong?

Riverside County Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser said the case "could rise to the level of [patient] abandonment."

Why The Criminal Case Against La Luz Del Mundo's Leader Got Dismissed (For Now)

Why The Criminal Case Against La Luz Del Mundo's Leader Got Dismissed (For Now)

A California appeals court tossed out the case on a technicality. It doesn't mean he's innocent, and it doesn't mean he's getting out. 

 Irene Hirano Inouye, Founding CEO Of The Japanese American National Museum, Dies At 71

Irene Hirano Inouye, Founding CEO Of The Japanese American National Museum, Dies At 71

Irene Hirano Inouye, who promoted Japanese American history and strong relations with Japan, died Tuesday in Los Angeles.

CDC Data Finds African Americans -- 13% Of U.S. Population -- Account For 33% of COVID-19 Hospitalizations

CDC Data Finds African Americans -- 13% Of U.S. Population -- Account For 33% of COVID-19 Hospitalizations

The study of about 1,500 hospitalized patients in 14 states underscores the long-standing racial disparities in health care in the U.S.

Small Business Development Centers Answer Your Questions About Getting Coronavirus Help

Small Business Development Centers Answer Your Questions About Getting Coronavirus Help

Need assistance applying for a coronavirus small business loan? These webinars can help.

COVID-19 Is Changing The Fight Against Addiction

COVID-19 Is Changing The Fight Against Addiction

The pandemic has forced providers to start treating outpatients online and on the phone.

A 'Sobering Reality' For Special Needs Kids In An Era Of Distance Learning

A 'Sobering Reality' For Special Needs Kids In An Era Of Distance Learning

School officials have promised to adapt special education services for remote delivery. But parents are still waiting for follow-through.

No Gowns, No Masks, No Gloves: Nursing And At-Home Aides Fall Through Regulatory Cracks

No Gowns, No Masks, No Gloves: Nursing And At-Home Aides Fall Through Regulatory Cracks

Home health aides and nursing home workers have little access to protective gear, making them possible coronavirus spreaders.

Everyone Should Wear A Face Mask, Except Kids Under 2 (It's A Suffocation Risk)

Everyone Should Wear A Face Mask, Except Kids Under 2 (It's A Suffocation Risk)

New federal and local health recommendations to cover your face before going outside don't apply to young children.

Higher Air Pollution Is Linked To A Higher COVID-19 Death Rate, A New Study Finds

Higher Air Pollution Is Linked To A Higher COVID-19 Death Rate, A New Study Finds

Researchers from Harvard identified a link between long-term exposure to particulate matter and increased risk of death for coronavirus patients.

What If A Big Earthquake Hit California Right Now?

What If A Big Earthquake Hit California Right Now?

Surprisingly, there might be some positives to having everyone quarantined and our country on high alert.

Federal Coronavirus Bailout Program Is 'Frustrating And Disappointing' For Some Small Business Owners

Federal Coronavirus Bailout Program Is 'Frustrating And Disappointing' For Some Small Business Owners

A number of small business owners said they had better luck applying for a Paycheck Protection Program loan through a community or regional bank.

No One Is Safe From Getting COVID-19, But Will Everyone Get Equal Access To Care?

No One Is Safe From Getting COVID-19, But Will Everyone Get Equal Access To Care?

COVID-19 first showed up in L.A.'s wealthier communities, but lower-income communities may end up faring worse.

Without Rent Forgiveness, Experts Say Homelessness Will Just Get Worse

Without Rent Forgiveness, Experts Say Homelessness Will Just Get Worse

Right now, tenants are still responsible for rent missed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Grassroots Chinatown Group Looks Out For Its Seniors

A Grassroots Chinatown Group Looks Out For Its Seniors

This Chinatown nonprofit has delivered 490 packages of supplies -- everything from soap to rice -- to seniors in need.

Vehicle Emissions Have Dropped (Duh), But The Effect On SoCal's Air Is Complicated

Vehicle Emissions Have Dropped (Duh), But The Effect On SoCal's Air Is Complicated

You may be tempted to call it a silver lining to the health crisis that's completely upended our lives. But the experts who study air pollution say there is no upside.

Some Much-Needed Advice On How To Talk To Your Aging Parents About The Coronavirus Pandemic

Some Much-Needed Advice On How To Talk To Your Aging Parents About The Coronavirus Pandemic

Dad and Mom may be accustomed to being strong figures in the family, but the virus doesn't know boundaries. How to talk to them about what's going on.

Where To Get Financial Assistance, Food And More During The Coronavirus Crisis

Where To Get Financial Assistance, Food And More During The Coronavirus Crisis

We've compiled this list of places that are offering financial assistance, food for adults and kids, and more. We'll be updating it regularly.

Map: Tracking Worldwide, U.S. And Local COVID-19 Cases

Map: Tracking Worldwide, U.S. And Local COVID-19 Cases

Tracking the spread of COVID-19 in Southern California, the U.S. and the world.

Setting The Record Straight: 5 Fact Checks Of Trump And Coronavirus This Week

Setting The Record Straight: 5 Fact Checks Of Trump And Coronavirus This Week

Mixed in with inconsistency has been a host of claims and suggestions that have been exaggerated, misleading or lacking in full context.

LA Landlords Are Urging Renters To Pay Online. Here's Why That Might Be Illegal

LA Landlords Are Urging Renters To Pay Online. Here's Why That Might Be Illegal

With rent now due for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic hit, many L.A. landlords are urging their tenants to pay rent online to ensure social distancing. But in many cases, the push may violate California state law.

Mis Ángeles: 'Do I Have It?' What Happens When There Are No Tests And No Answers 

Mis Ángeles: 'Do I Have It?' What Happens When There Are No Tests And No Answers 

It took the doctor about two minutes to diagnose me via teleconference as 'A Person Under Investigation For Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)' and order me to self-isolation for two weeks. 

'10 To A Room, A Few Feet Apart': Advocates Say LA County's Incarcerated Youth Are At High Risk

'10 To A Room, A Few Feet Apart': Advocates Say LA County's Incarcerated Youth Are At High Risk

One attorney told us: 'We are getting repeated, consistent reports of youth who are held in custody, not having any guidance or guidelines on social distancing.'

Massive Federal Loan Program For Small Businesses Off To Rocky Start

Massive Federal Loan Program For Small Businesses Off To Rocky Start

The money might run out fast, leaving many business owners out.

Map: Where Challengers Forced Runoff In District Attorney Race

Map: Where Challengers Forced Runoff In District Attorney Race

Lacey struggled in broad swaths of the City of Los Angeles, and other areas across the county. Nevertheless, Lacey won 48.7% of votes, by far the most of any single candidate.

We Should All Wear Homemade Masks. Here's How To Make One From A T-Shirt

We Should All Wear Homemade Masks. Here's How To Make One From A T-Shirt

We're asking public health officials and experts to answer your questions about the COVID-19 pandemic.

U.S. Lost 701,000 Jobs In March; Much Worse To Come

U.S. Lost 701,000 Jobs In March; Much Worse To Come

An unprecedented shutdown has already pushed some 10 million people out of work, according to initial claims for unemployment filed in the last two weeks.

With Nothing To 'Fall Back On,' Santa Monica College Food Giveaway Helps Some Students Survive

With Nothing To 'Fall Back On,' Santa Monica College Food Giveaway Helps Some Students Survive

Santa Monica College organized a drive-through pop up to give away hundreds of meals and more to its students.

What You Need To Know About The $350B In Loans Now Available To Small Businesses

What You Need To Know About The $350B In Loans Now Available To Small Businesses

Some basics on how the program will work and what business owners can expect.

FDA Loosens Restrictions On Gay Blood Donors Amid 'Urgent Need' Caused By Coronavirus

FDA Loosens Restrictions On Gay Blood Donors Amid 'Urgent Need' Caused By Coronavirus

The changes come as the country confronts a severe drop in the U.S. blood supply that officials described as urgent and unprecedented.

COVID-19 Cluster In Yucaipa Is 'Tip Of The Iceberg,' Nursing Home Union Leader Says 

COVID-19 Cluster In Yucaipa Is 'Tip Of The Iceberg,' Nursing Home Union Leader Says 

'We're sending our frontline workers to a war zone without protection,' state Assemblywoman Eloise Reyes said.

Your Guide To How Long LA County Schools Plan To Be Closed

Your Guide To How Long LA County Schools Plan To Be Closed

What we know about L.A. County school districts plans for the rest of the year.

Ex-USC Admissions Official Admits He Helped Chinese Nationals Fake Their Applications For Money

Ex-USC Admissions Official Admits He Helped Chinese Nationals Fake Their Applications For Money

Hiu Kit David Chong got three students into USC using bogus transcripts, letters of recommendation and personal statements, according to his plea agreement.

'A New Industry Overnight': Early Education In A Distance Learning World

'A New Industry Overnight': Early Education In A Distance Learning World

Teachers and parents are trying to bridge the gap between home and school for L.A.'s littlest learners.

'Everybody Is Crammed In.' Scenes From A Homeless Shelter During A Pandemic

'Everybody Is Crammed In.' Scenes From A Homeless Shelter During A Pandemic

L.A. County's homeless shelter system has about 12,000 beds, many not set up for social distancing.

Read The Letters SoCal Landlords Are Sending As Rent Comes Due In This Pandemic

Read The Letters SoCal Landlords Are Sending As Rent Comes Due In This Pandemic

We asked LAist readers to share letters they'd received from their landlords. Here's what we learned.

Happy Census Day! Here's How LA is Responding So Far

Happy Census Day! Here's How LA is Responding So Far

As of this week, about one in three American households have completed the census. L.A. County is close behind but when we zoom in, we see a different picture. A Census Bureau map of individual tracts shows that participation is already starting to look segregated.

The University of California Just Made It (Temporarily) Easier for Students To Enroll

The University of California Just Made It (Temporarily) Easier for Students To Enroll

UC drops C grade minimum for required 12th grade classes, and won't require standardized tests for next year's applicants.

'Too Much Uncertainty And No Income.' When Rent Comes Due During A Pandemic

'Too Much Uncertainty And No Income.' When Rent Comes Due During A Pandemic

L.A. tenants are on edge about missing rent. Here's how they're weighing their options, and how landlords are responding.

The 2020 Census Questionnaire -- What's On It?

The 2020 Census Questionnaire -- What's On It?

Happy Census Day! Did you get a 2020 census form in the mail? Wondering why the government is asking you these questions, and what your answers are even used for? We've got you covered.

Rent Is Due. And Lots Of Small Businesses In Southern California Can't Pay It

Rent Is Due. And Lots Of Small Businesses In Southern California Can't Pay It

Here's what they're talking -- or not talking -- about with their landlords.

Our Mental Health Care System Was Already Strained. Now With COVID-19, It's 'Cabin Fever Times 10'

Our Mental Health Care System Was Already Strained. Now With COVID-19, It's 'Cabin Fever Times 10'

The freezing of adult day programs is putting extra strain on people who run board and care homes.

How LA Businesses Are Reinventing Themselves To Stay Alive

How LA Businesses Are Reinventing Themselves To Stay Alive

Restaurants, dance studios, yoga practices -- they're all pivoting.

Silent LA: A Visual Diary Of A City In The Time of Social Distancing

Silent LA: A Visual Diary Of A City In The Time of Social Distancing

While Angelenos are at home helping to slow the spread of COVID-19, Los Angeles has transformed into a quiet, near empty city.

'Essential' Child Care Workers Struggle To Balance Family Needs, Safety

'Essential' Child Care Workers Struggle To Balance Family Needs, Safety

In California, the decision to stay open is up to each childcare provider, who must balance the needs of families with the health and safety of workers and children.

Funerals Must Change In This Time Of Social Distancing

Funerals Must Change In This Time Of Social Distancing

Many cemeteries close except to small groups attending burials, memorial gatherings move online, and hands-on rituals cease.

Local Restaurant Owner Pledges To Pay Rent Of Mother Facing Eviction

Local Restaurant Owner Pledges To Pay Rent Of Mother Facing Eviction

After we published a story about a Pomona renter facing eviction, an LAist reader who owns a popular Silver Lake burger joint pledged to cut a check.

In LA, Calls For Eviction Ban To Cover All -- Not Just Some -- As Virus Spreads

In LA, Calls For Eviction Ban To Cover All -- Not Just Some -- As Virus Spreads

L.A. landlords are temporarily barred from evicting tenants affected by COVID-19. But tenant advocates say no one should be forced out of their homes during a pandemic, period.

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