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Should pets be allowed in city-subsidized housing projects?




Kieysha Reedom, 25, and her dog, Marley live in Hollywood, Calif. on Friday, Mar. 16, 2018.
Kieysha Reedom, 25, and her dog, Marley live in Hollywood, Calif. on Friday, Mar. 16, 2018.
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The LA City Council is considering requiring property owners who take measure HHH money to allow recently homeless residents to bring their pets.

Homeless advocates cite rules banning pets as a big impediment to people getting housed. But would banning a pet ban keep some owners from renting to the homeless?

Guests:

Carla Hall, editorial writer for the L.A. Times whose latest op-ed looks at this issue; she tweets @latCarlaHall

Alan Greenlee, executive director of Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing, an organization that facilitates development of affordable homes across Southern California