Editorial: L.A. needs to preserve affordable housing. Eminent domain isn’t the way to do it
These are desperate times for Los Angeles.
Even as the city, county and state have been pouring money into housing and services, the number of people living on the street has gone steadily up. More and more of them are losing their housing — often for the first time — because of unaffordable rents and evictions.
But are we ready for desperate measures?