Michael Weinstein

President, AIDS Healthcare Foundation

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President and Co-founder of AIDS Healthcare Foundation

Michael Weinstein on KCRW

A controversial bill that would force cities throughout California to build denser housing hit a wall last week.

From the Bay to LA, conflicting views on how to fix California’s housing crisis

A controversial bill that would force cities throughout California to build denser housing hit a wall last week.

from Greater LA

Los Angeles is the homeless capital of the country. Now a controversial activist is trying to spur public officials to act faster.

Can all of LA's homeless people be housed by Thanksgiving?

Los Angeles is the homeless capital of the country. Now a controversial activist is trying to spur public officials to act faster.

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There are widespread tensions surrounding the runaway construction of large-scale residential developments in Los Angeles, many marketed as luxury projects.

LA to Revise Its Community Plans

There are widespread tensions surrounding the runaway construction of large-scale residential developments in Los Angeles, many marketed as luxury projects.

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