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CES Executive Director Interview Regarding a Report Stating that California is Second Most Expensive State to Rent in the Nation
KTLK AM 1150 -The David Cruz Show
Weekdays, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM.
David Cruz, host of KTLK radio's the David Cruz Show, interviews Coalition for Economic Survival Executive Director Larry Gross on the National Low Income Housing Coalition report stating that a minimum wage worker in California must toil about 130 hours a week in order to feasibly afford a two-bedroom rental. Wage earners must take home $53,627 annually, or $25.78 an hour, to afford a two-bedroom home, making California the second-least affordable state behind Hawaii. In Los Angeles County, a minimum wage worker would have to put in 137 hours per week, the report said.