Judge rejects LA City/County attempt to pause homeless housing deadline
Last updated 4/26/2021 at 9:45am
LOS ANGELES - Quoting a homeless Air Force veteran who said he found a 19-year-old blind girl walking the streets of Skid Row, the federal
judge overseeing a lawsuit seeking to end the downtown Los Angeles homelessness crisis has rejected a bid by the city and county to hit pause on his decree that all indigent persons in the area must be offered shelter within six months.
In an order filed late Sunday in Los Angeles federal court, U.S. District Judge David O. Carter hit back at the city/county's claim that his
housing order lacked standing because the plaintiffs -- the L.A. Alliance fo...