Ted Landreth

Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition

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Ted Landreth on KCRW

Homelessness is on the decline in America — but not in LA, where it's increased by 27% over last year. Local groups have been feeding the homeless in public places, including skid row.

Does LA Need New Rules for Feeding the Homeless?

Homelessness is on the decline in America — but not in LA, where it's increased by 27% over last year. Local groups have been feeding the homeless in public places, including skid row.

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