Elena Popp

attorney and Executive Director of the Eviction Defense Network

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The City and County of LA are phasing out pandemic-related eviction moratoriums. What will it mean for struggling renters and landlords?

How will end of COVID-era housing safety nets affect renters and landlords?

The City and County of LA are phasing out pandemic-related eviction moratoriums. What will it mean for struggling renters and landlords?

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Ghazal is an artist, writer, and freelance makeup artist living in Highland Park (she’s withholding her last name for safety reasons).

Despite eviction protections, Angelenos who can’t afford rent face threats from landlords

Ghazal is an artist, writer, and freelance makeup artist living in Highland Park (she’s withholding her last name for safety reasons).

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