Evelyn Garcia

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"Everybody says we're in this together, but I kind of feel that landlords are being hanged to dry, I mean left out to fend for themselves," says Evelyn Garcia, who manages a seven-unit…

Landlords are left to fend for themselves: LA apartment manager on lack of protections

"Everybody says we're in this together, but I kind of feel that landlords are being hanged to dry, I mean left out to fend for themselves," says Evelyn Garcia, who manages a seven-unit…

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