Liam Dillon covers the issues of housing affordability and neighborhood change across California for the Los Angeles Times. He joined the Times in 2016 and prior to this assignment, Dillon covered state politics and policy for The Times’ Sacramento Bureau. He’s a graduate of Georgetown University and grew up outside Philadelphia. Before coming to the Times, Dillon covered local politics in Southwest Florida and San Diego.
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El condado de Los Ángeles informó de signos más alentadores de que la ola de Omicron puede haber pasado su pico, aunque el coronavirus sigue circulando ampliamente.
L.A. County reported more encouraging signs that the Omicron wave may be past its peak, though the coronavirus is still circulating widely.
How will the California housing market change and how will state and local officials respond to continuing affordable housing challenges in 2022.
Como parte de sus normas COVID-19, la ciudad de Los Ángeles prohíbe el aumento de los alquileres para los inquilinos de los edificios de renta controlada. En otros lugares, los alquileres han subido dos dígitos en los últimos meses.
As part of its COVID-19 rules, the city of Los Angeles is prohibiting rent increases for tenants in rent-controlled buildings. Elsewhere rents have gone up by double digits in recent months.
Santa Monica is pushing a program among the first of its kind to offer affordable housing to families and their descendants who were displaced by the construction of Interstate 10.
Former “Gimme Shelter” co-host Matt Levin re-joins the podcast to talk about why he bought a house in Sacramento earlier this year.
La ley propuesta permitiría a los ciudadanos de California demandar a los fabricantes de armas, de forma similar a como Texas ha facilitado que sus residentes demanden a los proveedores de abortos.
A California legislator has proposed blocking state funding and permits for freeway expansions in poor and polluted neighborhoods.
The proposed law would let California citizens sue gun manufacturers, similar to how Texas has made it easier for its residents to sue abortion providers.