In January, Orange County reported nearly 7,000 people living in shelters or on the street. But now CalOptima, the agency that handles the OC’s Medi-Cal program, has found that as many as 10,000 of its members could be homeless.
OC Line: What's behind the different homeless counts in OC?
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