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A place to store their things

As Los Angeles and other cities across California struggle to balance safety and sanitation issues with the property rights of the growing homeless population, the Check-In Center, a warehouse in downtown Los Angeles and operated by the Central City East Assn. business improvement district, offers homeless residents a place off the streets to store their possessions. See full story
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