Reframing “Success” on Housing, Homelessness

Posted April 24, 2014 by Randy Shaw

Public officials face a double standard when addressing housing and homelessness: “success” is evaluated not by those helped by programs and policies, but by those not assisted. On April 21, the San Francisco Chronicle’s Matier & Ross wrote yet another
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Little-Noticed AB 1513 Puts CA Tenants at Risk

Posted April 24, 2014 by Andrew Szeto

Under the radar of heightened attention on Ellis Act reform, a bill is making its way through the State legislature that could seriously weaken tenant’s rights. AB 1513, described as an anti-squatter law and introduced by Assemblymember Steve Fox, would
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