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A bill awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature could make it harder to fight the construction of new shelters and housing for homeless people in L.A.
The Trump administration’s trip to Los Angeles to explore ways to remove homeless street camps has left city officials confused — with reactions ranging from cautious optimism about new resources to fear about forced mass relocations to government-run facilities.
Rudolph W. Giuliani has spoken with President Trump about homelessness. L.A. is a good place to focus on the issue, he said: “If something works in Los Angeles, it will work anywhere else.”
The California Legislature approved reinstating a program that pumped hundreds of millions of dollars a year into affordable housing and economic development.
Los Angeles is pressing forward with a bitterly contested plan to put homeless housing on an Echo Park lot, defying the objections of a local nonprofit.
At least a dozen Trump administration officials are in Los Angeles to examine the homelessness crisis, a source of criticism from the president.
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