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Everything you need to know about Measure S

Measure S is a proposition on the March 7 ballot that aims to slow growth and development in Los Angeles by placing a two-year moratorium on projects that require a zone change, a height district change, or an amendment to the city's general plan. It would also reduce the city's ability to change planning rules for a single development.

Below are op-eds and editorials on the subject.

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Measure S isn't a solution to L.A.’s housing woes, it's a childish middle finger to City Hall. Vote no

Vote no on slow-growth, anti-development Measure S

Build L.A. up or slow growth down: Should you vote ‘no’ or ‘yes’ on Measure S?

Measure S is a proposition on the March 7 ballot that aims to slow growth and development in Los Angeles by placing a two-year moratorium on projects that require a zone change, a height district change, or an amendment to the city’s general plan. It would also reduce the city’s ability to change planning rules for a single development. Offered here are arguments for and against the ballot measure.

An AIDS advocacy foundation is bankrolling L.A.'s draconian anti-development measure. How is this social justice?

From his office on the 21st floor of a Hollywood skyscraper, one powerful man looked out the window and saw cranes, construction sites and new buildings

Why the AIDS Healthcare Foundation is behind Measure S

Why the AIDS Healthcare Foundation launched Measure S.

Don't be fooled by the 'Yes on S' campaign. The L.A. Times opposes Measure S

Don't be fooled by "Yes" mailers, the LA Times opposes Measure S

So many Yes on S mailers, so much misinformation

The Measure S campaign misleads voters on what it will and won't do.

Don’t listen to the backers of Measure S. Los Angeles isn’t overdeveloped; we’re in a housing slump

You’ve seen the cranes over Hollywood. You’ve read the stories about new development downtown. If these neighborhoods’ changes are any indication of growth

'No' on Measure S means 'Yes' to a 21st-century Los Angeles

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