The latest tally by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority found roughly 47,000 people live on the streets of LA County -- more than half, in the city of LA. Proposition HHH would raise L.A. city property taxes to fund housing and services for the homeless. With that money, city officials estimate they can build between 8,000 and 10,000 units of permanent supportive housing. But should the burden of housing the homeless fall squarely on the backs of city land owners?
Proposition HHH: New taxes to fund homeless housing
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