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Freedom Debt Relief Reviews Reveal Ways that Californians Could Weather the Next Recession

While no one really likes to think about the possibility of another recession, sometimes it is hard not to, especially if you live in California. A recent report shows that Californians have more twice as much debt as income, which could spell trouble for many people. The report draws its information from data found in from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and other similar databases. It compared Californians debt to that of residents of other states.

Los Angeles Passes a Development Fee to Fight Homelessness

It's no secret that there is a housing crisis in California. The only question people need to answer is what to do about it. Maintaining the economic growth of the region depends upon solving the housing crisis. Additionally, being able to maintain a sense of community and identify in the face of rampant gentrification also depends on solving the housing crisis.

The California Assembly makes a New Proposal for a $4.3 billion spending

According to an announcement made by Assembly Democrats on Wednesday, the state government of California would end up spending $1 billion for the provision of healthcare services for illegal immigrants. Illegal residency is set to be eliminated by the proposal in the Medicaid program by the state government of California. The program is also referred to as Medi-Cal as California has already implemented for state residents below the age of 19 years.

he Lush, Ornamental Properties of Southern California Add To Massive Fire Risk

TAlong the southern part of the Santa Barbara Coast, there are wealthy, star-studded communities. One of the most spoken about in the news is Montecito.

Los Angeles Passes a Development Fee to Fight Homelessness

Housing Crisis

It's no secret that there is a housing crisis in California. The only question people need to answer is what to do about it. Maintaining the economic growth of the region depends upon solving the housing crisis. Additionally, being able to maintain a sense of community and identify in the face of rampant gentrification also depends on solving the housing crisis.

A Cooking Fire At A Homeless Encampment Started Skirball Fire

According to investigators, the Skirball fire in Los Angeles was cause by a cooking fire set by humans in an encampment for homeless people. The encampment existed about several hundred feet from the 405 Freeway and Sepulveda Boulevard. It was located in a canyon, hidden from sight. The encampment had existed for a number of years.

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