Legislators push O.C. homeless bill forward
- September 1, 2018
- Research by UCI sociologists Rachel Goldberg and David Snow in the Daily Pilot, Sep. 1, 2018
The Legislature’s final staff analysis of the housing trust bill, quoting the bill’s author, said “a recent UC Irvine study found that Orange County government and cities, plus non-governmental organizations, could save $42 million a year on healthcare and law enforcement, among other expenses, by moving [unsheltered] homeless from the streets into permanent supportive housing.”
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