“But we require a free public education for children… that’s a given because it’s a fundamental right. Well, housing is a life essential. It’s life and death,” the Mayor emphasized.
“I think the issues here are simple: The voters demanded that companies like Disney, who take public handouts, pay their workers a living wage,” Renick says, “Disney should not get a pass.”
Nearly 16 million people are at risk of being evicted, including approximately 2 million people whose claims to forest land have been rejected by the courts.
Queally said he and Kate Cagle, a TV reporter for Spectrum News 1 SoCal, were among at least five reporters arrested.
“It really was going to be something beautiful and completely self-sufficient, self-sustaining and I think that’s what really scared the government.”