L.A.’s billion-dollar failure

Soledad Ursua  |  January 13, 2022

By Soledad Ursua, includes “… The city pays LAHSA nearly $300 million a year to administer homelessness services on its behalf, yet the agency is unwilling to provide taxpayers or city departments basic information about its activities, such as a line-item scope of services or verifiable data on program outcomes. The agency receives nearly $1 billion in annual funding from federal, state, county, and city sources.”

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