Why is Homelessness Getting Worse, and What Can We Do About It?

The homelessness crisis in Los Angeles is getting worse. After several declarations of emergency, the development of comprehensive strategies, voter approval of taxes to address homelessness, and the launch of new programs, how the hell is that possible?

Here’s the short answer: We are housing homeless people in record numbers, but people are becoming…

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Councilmember representing the Westside of LA; Director, LA Metro; Comic book fan; Dad and Husband.

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Mike Bonin

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Councilmember representing the Westside of LA; Director, LA Metro; Comic book fan; Dad and Husband.

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