Carol Sobel

civil rights attorney

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Civil rights attorney who represented a group of homeless in a lawsuit against a previous LA City ordinance prohibiting Angelenos from living in their vehicles

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The city and county of Los Angeles announced last week they’ll forgive 2 million citations and warrants for things like traffic violations and minor misdemeanors. L.A.

LA to forgive 2 million citations. How might that affect homelessness?

The city and county of Los Angeles announced last week they’ll forgive 2 million citations and warrants for things like traffic violations and minor misdemeanors. L.A.

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The first of this year's El Niño storms were only a test, and Southern California is braced for another onslaught of mudslides, potholes, flooded freeways and basements and mountains…

Did LA Pass Its First Big El Niño Test?

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Last year a federal appeals court struck down an LA ordinance prohibiting people from living in their vehicles.

Prohibiting People Living in Their Cars

Last year a federal appeals court struck down an LA ordinance prohibiting people from living in their vehicles.

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