Gale Holland

Los Angeles Times

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Reporter covering homelessness and poverty for the Los Angeles Times

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About 55,000 people are living on the streets and in the shelters of greater Los Angeles.

The long history of how LA's homeless crisis got to this point

About 55,000 people are living on the streets and in the shelters of greater Los Angeles.

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Lloyd Pendleton left a job with the Ford Motor Company for the Welfare Department of the Church of Latter Day Saints.

Homelessness: A Local Approach to a Global Crisis

Lloyd Pendleton left a job with the Ford Motor Company for the Welfare Department of the Church of Latter Day Saints.

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A new study paints a bleak picture of LA County’s homeless situation.

New Study Finds Growing Homeless Population

A new study paints a bleak picture of LA County’s homeless situation.

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