When it comes to housing, Los Angeles City elected officials and the city’s archaic bureaucracy have failed nearly every community. Renters, housing providers, businesses, workers and the disabled community desperately want to safely use our streets and sidewalks again. City officials have squandered billions of dollars allocated to end homelessness in Los Angeles. What’s more, almost a half billion dollars in COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) funds have been bungled up in the city’s bureaucratic red tape.

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