An Open Letter on Judge Carter’s Order

Every Angeleno knows that homelessness in Los Angeles has been at a crisis point for years. The tragedy on our streets has become even more salient as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and Judge David Carter’s recent order in the case of LA ALLIANCE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS,...

Meet the Lucky Thirteen

Housing reformers have a complicated relationship with the California Legislature, arguably the nation’s second-most powerful legislative body after the United States Congress. Over the past five years, many of our state legislators have recognized that housing...

Our First State Bill

It’s no secret that California is very bad at building enough homes for its people. But California is great at building lots of homes…for cars. This is because most cities require new homes, stores, and offices to provide on-site parking spaces. Typically,...