Sarah Mahin

LASHA

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Director of Policy & Planning for LASHA.

Sarah Mahin on KCRW

Voters approved new taxes on themselves to help address the 23 percent jump of homelessness in L.A.

Translating tax dollars to homeless prevention

Voters approved new taxes on themselves to help address the 23 percent jump of homelessness in L.A.

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