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Mark Vallianatos

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Mark Vallianatos is Communications Director of Abundant Housing LA and the co-author of The Next Los Angeles: the Struggle for a Livable City.

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Mailers for and against Measure S Photo by Avishay Artsy 
 If you live in Los Angeles these days, you may be feeling deluged by billboards and mailers for a March 7 ballot initiative…

Measuring the impact of Measure S

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