California has become the nation’s battleground for seniors housing reform, reflecting how advocacy for elderly care standards is increasing along with demand for housing. Advocates for reform are now pitted against state systems dealing with bare-bones licensing divisions due to budget cutbacks. According to the Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA), states should fully fund regulatory agencies, but the organization argues that seniors housing ownership firms are already going ... Freemium Content

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