Introducing your new place to keep up with California’s housing and homelessness crisis

February 03, 2020

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“The Los Angeles Times is continuing its commitment to covering the state’s homelessness and affordable housing crisis with a new section on that will bring together our best coverage.

This section, which launches today, will serve as a resource for readers, with stories examining the causes of homelessness, and attempts by elected officials to build more housing and stem the tide of people flowing to the streets. There will be opinion columns, as well as photos and videos, exploring the realities of being homeless and of living near encampments. And to help shape our coverage, readers will be able to use the new section to ask questions.

With more than 150,000 Californians — about a third of them in Los Angeles County — now living without a permanent roof over their heads, The Times is committed to pushing the boundaries of what news organizations do. We recognize that digging into causes of and potential solutions is more important than ever.”

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