Up to 1.4 million more apartments can be built on LA’s rent-stabilized properties
Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen is paid 669 times more than the average employee.
Automation helps foreign shippers but destroys U.S. jobs and weakens the U.S. economy
Grocery bills are skyrocketing while the essential workers who stock shelves or put out fresh produce face homelessness and hunger because they are chronically underpaid. A proposed merger between the nation’s two largest grocery corporations, Albertsons and Kroger, threatens to make a bad situation even worse.
Overview of Data: One-hundred-two files from homeless street counts, demographic surveys of unsheltered individuals, and intake data for shelter residents, along with supporting documentation are available in this data library. These open source, de-identified person records provided by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) are a resource for homeless research.
A Quarter of a Million New Homes: Concept paper exploring the redevelopment existing, rent-stabilized housing sites at higher density, to meet LA City's mandate to allow construction of 255,433 new homes, including 130,553 units for lower-income households.
A photo-journalist named David Bacon asked a key question for his article in Capital & Main, “Should L.A.
Terminal companies in the San Pedro Bay that are under the control of three international shipping alliances control 81 percent of the containers transported through the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in 2021.