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Many LA Renters Left Without Legal Representation In Eviction Court

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The Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Downtown L.A. is one of the nation’s busiest trial courts. (Photo by David Wagner/LAist)

Eviction Court Packed In Los Angeles, And Renters Often Have To Represent Themselves

Eviction cases are piling up in Los Angeles County courtrooms, especially now that the county’s COVID protections have ended.  Landlords almost always show up with attorneys, while tenants tend to represent themselves.
Reporter: David Wagner, LAist

Sacramento Rushes To Aid Migrants Flown Into State

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg says he’s proud of the way community groups and local officials are stepping up, to aid the dozens of bewildered migrants who’ve arrived in his city by chartered jets in recent days.
Reporter: Tyche Hendricks, KQED

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