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Quote of the Day: CA Has More Than 1/4 of all US Homeless


More than one-quarter of the total homeless population nationwide lives in California, roughly 114,000. The vast majority are “unsheltered” — a more bureaucratic term to describe the thousands living on the streets, under freeways and tucked into grassy fields and parks in cities all around the state.

This is a little late, coming after Christmas and all, but it appeared in the New York Times 12/21/2017.  I think it’s the climate that causes this excess of “unsheltered” people.

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