LABC Institute partners with LA Times on new poll on homelessness
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Majority says police should do more to clean L.A. streets clogged with homeless camps, Times poll finds
Los Angeles Times — With tens of thousands of people sleeping outside every night in L.A. County, one of the most contentious debates is over what to do about homeless encampments and who should do it.
Majority of L.A. County voters say taxpayer money on homelessness isn’t spent effectively, Times poll finds
Los Angeles Times -- As homelessness has exploded in Los Angeles in recent years, taxpayers have been willing to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on housing, shelters and services to help get people off the streets. But a new poll shows that a broad majority of...
Los Angeles Times-- This poll of public opinion of homelessness in L.A. County was produced by the Los Angeles Times in partnership with the Los Angeles Business Council Institute, a nonprofit research arm of the Los Angeles Business Council. The Los Angeles Business...
2019 Mayoral Housing Transportation and Jobs Summit
Friday, November 22 | 8:00 am - 2:30 pm | UCLA Luskin Conference Center
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