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Affordable housing, Single-parent families, Tuesday Reviewsday

Published June 16, 2015 at 7:29 AM PDT
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Everyone agrees housing has gotten too expensive in Los Angeles, but how to solve the problem? On that, there’s a lot less consensus.
File photo by GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images
Since it was founded in 2000, the city's Affordable Housing Trust Fund has provided loans to developers to incentivize them to build apartments for low-income residents.

A California ruling on affordable housing is shaking things up for developers, new data about single-parent homes, Tuesday Reviewsday new music.

Politico's Helena Bottemiller Evich explains more about what this means for your health, and for the food industry.
When San Jose passed a law requiring developers to price 15 percent of units for low- and moderate-income families, builders challenged the law.
For part of these discussions at Fieldston Lower School, students were segregated into what the school calls 'affinity groups.'
Today it begins... that ginormous gathering of game makers and game players in downtown Los Angeles known as E3. The biggest news? Virtual and Augmented Reality.
David Leonhardt of The New York Times has been looking into the impact of two-parent households on upward mobility.
The Border Patrol recently conducted an internal review of 67 incidents involving the use of deadly force from January 2010 to October 2012.
As of Tuesday, chimpanzees, both wild and captive, will be labeled as an endangered species.
Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes join Tess Vigeland for our weekly new music segment, Tuesday Reviewsday. This week includes Czarface, Vince Staples and more.
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