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Researchers argue Bay Area could end homelessness with $11.8B investment

Original post made on Jun 6, 2021

The Bay Area could end its homelessness problem with an $11.8 billion investment, according to a report released Thursday by the Bay Area Council, a business advocacy group.

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Posted by Tom
a resident of Danville
on Jun 6, 2021 at 10:27 pm

Tom is a registered user.

When with Californians learn that the more money we throw at “homelessness,” the more comfortable we make the lives of the many drug addicts that are the homeless population. The more comfortable they are, the less likely they are going to find their bottom and try to turn their lives around.

The humanitarian crisis here is the enablement via tax dollars that sees our homeless populations grow year after year, despite throwing ever more money at them. Spend $12 billion this year and I promise you, the number of homeless will double within the decade.