A Shameful Problem that's Getting Worse

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For decades, local officials have promised to end homelessness, but the number — in shelters, on the streets and in alleys -- continues to rise. In the past two years, they're up by 12% in Los Angeles County to more than 44,000 people -- men, women and children. That's according to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, or LAHSA, an agency jointly established by the City and County, which has just completed its latest survey.




Warren Olney