Eric Garcetti

City of Los Angeles

Guest

Mayor of Los Angeles; former Los Angeles city councilman for the 13th District; ex-oficio board member of MOCA, the Museum of Contemporary Art

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There’s been plenty of talk about the Democrats’ plan for a Green New Deal for America.

Mayor Garcetti on his Green New Deal for LA

There’s been plenty of talk about the Democrats’ plan for a Green New Deal for America.

from Greater LA

LA is planning to open 15 new homeless shelters in the city, one in every council district. There have been protests in Koreatown and Sherman Oaks over shelters planned.

LA Mayor Garcetti over the fight over homeless housing in Venice

LA is planning to open 15 new homeless shelters in the city, one in every council district. There have been protests in Koreatown and Sherman Oaks over shelters planned.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Eric Garcetti talks about his call to end homelessness and what that looks like.

LA Mayor: Our work isn’t 2020 yet, it's in flipping the House in 2018

Eric Garcetti talks about his call to end homelessness and what that looks like.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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California State Senator Scott Wiener’s controversial housing bill, SB 50, has been shelved for debate until next year.

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has proposed a rule change that would remove families with mixed immigration status from public and Section 8 housing.

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After years of emptying out at night, downtown LA has become a vibrant neighborhood again with about 75,000 residents. What drove that change?

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The last LA pro team to win a championship is the LA Sparks. So why can't the WNBA team get more people to come to their games, more sponsors, and media coverage?

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Federal immigration authorities drop off busloads of Central American migrants daily in San Bernardino and the Coachella Valley, where a local church is picking up the slack.

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Local poets share their work and talk about LA's spoken word scene. Also, LA County's supervisors have voted to expand the number of all-gender bathrooms.

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There’s been an uptick of violent crime in South Los Angeles, and if you get shot or stabbed there, it’s likely you’ll go to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance or St.

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