From the News Wires
In May, the initial results of the 2022 Point-in-Time count came out. Here are the top-line numbers, and some answers to frequently asked questions about the count.
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"I’m scared to live in my unit," one City Towers resident said. "I
don’t think we should have to
suffer in our homes just because
we’re in poverty"
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Berkeley approved their ‘reimagining public safety’ plan. Why does it include more funding for police?
As Berkeley wraps up discussions of their “reimagining public safety” process, Copwatch asks, why are we continuing to fund a racist police force?
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Bragen received an unprecedented amount of mail from Social Security starting in the year 2020, forcing him to engage in a rigorous process of proving his disabilities were legitimate. This was the result of a policy change by the Trump administration.
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Newsom has explicitly discussed CARE Court as a tool to address street homelessness. But the only real investments in this proposal are in the court system.
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