Editorial: Homes for L.A.'s homeless are finally coming online. Now we just need 10,000 more

Source: Los Angeles Times - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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93% "There are 20 housing developments under construction now, and by the end of 2020 some 900 units will have become available.""
71% "That's a good move.""
70% "The city and the state should be as committed to maintaining housing for vulnerable populations as they are to helping build it.""
62% "Of course, not all of the 36,000 homeless people in the city of Los Angeles are chronically homeless, meaning so disabled by mental illness, ..."
60% "Finally, we see something concrete -- literally -- rising up from Proposition HHH, the bond measure that Los Angeles city voters approved to provide ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

93% : There are 20 housing developments under construction now, and by the end of 2020 some 900 units will have become available.
71% : That's a good move.
70% : The city and the state should be as committed to maintaining housing for vulnerable populations as they are to helping build it.
62% : Of course, not all of the 36,000 homeless people in the city of Los Angeles are "chronically homeless," meaning so disabled by mental illness, substance addiction or physical ailments that they need HHH-financed housing units with wraparound supportive services.
60% : Finally, we see something concrete -- literally -- rising up from Proposition HHH, the bond measure that Los Angeles city voters approved to provide $1.2 billion to help build 10,000 units of housing mainly for chronically homeless people and for those with very low incomes.

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