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How can L.A. build dense new housing without displacing working families? With a 'Right to Remain'

Los Angeles is in the grip of a housing crisis. Rents have been skyrocketing for years, and the diversity and vibrancy that make our city great are in danger of being snuffed out as low-income Angelenos are displaced and evicted. The growing consensus is that we need to build far more housing to...
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