Ruth Schwartz

Shelter Partnership; Measure H panel

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Executive Director of Shelter Partnership, member of the Measure H panel

Ruth Schwartz on KCRW

About two months ago, LA voters approved a quarter cent sales tax increase. The money is meant to help homeless people or those who are about to become homeless.

There's money to help the homeless, but little agreement on how to spend it

About two months ago, LA voters approved a quarter cent sales tax increase. The money is meant to help homeless people or those who are about to become homeless.

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