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L.A. needs housing for the homeless, not new luxury apartments

To the editor: I am flabbergasted to read that “more than 10,000 residential units are under construction, with thousands more planned” in downtown Los Angeles. Based on a recent article in The Times, there are promotions to rent luxury apartments already built downtown because they cannot be rented....
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