Howard Fine

Reporter, Los Angeles Business Journal

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Staff reporter for the Los Angeles Business Journal

Howard Fine on KCRW

While we may have the most expensive rent in the country, we do have rent control rules here in LA for people who live in buildings built before 1979.

The Ellis Act: How to Kick Out Rent Control Tenants

While we may have the most expensive rent in the country, we do have rent control rules here in LA for people who live in buildings built before 1979.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Los Angeles businesses are divided over  Proposition 23 , a measure that would postpone the implementation of  AB 32 , the greenhouse gas law that Governor Schwarzenegger sees as his…

Proposition 23 Dissected

Los Angeles businesses are divided over Proposition 23 , a measure that would postpone the implementation of AB 32 , the greenhouse gas law that Governor Schwarzenegger sees as his…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Since 1997, the  Los Angeles Unified School District  has raised $20 billion, $14 billion from four bond measures and the rest from matching funds.

LA's Measure H; Beverly Hills' Measure Q

Since 1997, the Los Angeles Unified School District has raised $20 billion, $14 billion from four bond measures and the rest from matching funds.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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