Bob Erlenbusch

Exec Dir of the LA Coalition to End Hunger and Homelessness

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Bob Erlenbusch on KCRW

Homeless advocates are establishing a  tent city  on the south lawn of City Hall, and Mayor Villaraigosa tried to steal their thunder with an  op-ed piece  in today's Los Angeles…

Homeless Protest at City Hall

Homeless advocates are establishing a tent city on the south lawn of City Hall, and Mayor Villaraigosa tried to steal their thunder with an op-ed piece in today's Los Angeles…

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