Los Angeles County

With a bit more than a week to go before election day, I made the pilgrimage to Nevada to canvass for Hillary Clinton. This election, there is nothing more important that putting Clinton in the White House and putting to bed America's orange menace.
What's more, a federal judge's recent decision (in a case involving Beverly Hills), describes LACMTA's actions as "arbitrary
Yet a recent study commissioned by the California Community Foundation (CCF), and conducted by the UCLA Luskin School of
Metro should not focus on the technologies of the past hundred years. The proposal for spending the $130 billion is backwards-looking rather than forward-thinking and has very little funding set aside for new and developing technologies such as autonomous vehicles, which have the potential to revolutionize public transportation.
Applying to be a citizen is very challenging - perhaps as it should be. But surveys of LPRs reveal many myths and fears. It is no wonder many have waited decades.
The temptation to propose a laundry list of solutions to homelessness--shelters, employment, housing, healthcare--is also
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is investigating.
In the United States, our system for treating mental illness is so broken that sometimes people with mental health issues will break the law so that they can get treated in jail.
Ending homelessness is not about waving a magic wand so no one becomes homeless ever again; rather, it's working hard to make sure the processes and systems are in place so that when a person or family enters homelessness, their housing needs are quickly and appropriately identified, met and sustained.