What are your questions about the homelessness crisis in California?

Francisco Aldana, 30, left, fist bumps a fellow homeless man where they live with around 25 other homeless people underneath the 405 Freeway on Venice Boulevard in Los Angeles.
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Homelessness is a top concern in California, with tens of thousands of people living without permanent housing. What questions can we help answer about the crisis? Help inform our reporting by submitting your questions below.

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