12+ California Homeless Population
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. About 0.4% of californians and people who live in the state are homeless. California made homelessness worse by making perfect housing the enemy of good housing, by liberalizing drug laws, and by opposing mandatory treatment for mental illness and drug addiction.

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The homeless population in california rose 16% last year to 151,000. Increase in california's homeless population driving national increase. New york and california had some of the highest rates of homelessness in 2019.

Relatively few of california's 150,000 homeless population have been moved into individual quarters.

California made homelessness worse by making perfect housing the enemy of good housing, by liberalizing drug laws, and by opposing mandatory treatment for mental illness and drug addiction. California in 2017 had an oversized share of the nation's homeless: Some 130,000 people are homeless in california, by far the largest population in any state, according to the united states interagency council on. California will provide nearly 300 state properties for use as homeless shelters and should change its laws to make it easier for.

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