A new study paints a bleak picture of LA County’s homeless situation. There are 13,000 new homeless people a month, according to the Economic Roundtable, a nonprofit research group based in L.A. Driving around, you’ve probably seen evidence of this: encampments under overpasses, and streets lined with overflowing shopping carts. Two city ordinances aimed at cleaning things up were implemented in July. But they’re controversial, confusing, and unevenly enforced.
New Study Finds Growing Homeless Population
- Daniel Flaming - Economic Roundtable
- Gale Holland - reporter, Los Angeles Times - @geholland
- Gary Blasi - Public Counsel - @UCLA_Law