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    L.A. to Waste $6.5 MILLION to Clean Up After the Homeless



    By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views

    Los Angeles knows how to make people rich from the homeless crisis.  It also knows how to create more money for the extortionist unions that buys council members like you buy a hot dog—on the cheap.  Now the City is going to spend $6.5 million cleaning up after the homeless, instead of getting the homeless off the streets and into rehab centers, mental institutions by ending rules and taxes that add 40% to the cost of housing.  Government is the cause, not the solution to homelessness.

    “The City Council Friday approved millions of dollars to be spent on an enhanced homeless-outreach and street-cleanup operation recently touted by the mayor as an overhaul of efforts to combat illegal dumping and providing hygiene services for the homeless.

    The council allocated more than $6.5 million to the Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation to cover costs of hygiene and health services, cleanup teams that will target high-need areas, bathroom and shower stations and more.

    L.A. is enabling the homeless, not helping them—and making the unions rich in the process.

    Related article: Los Angeles Allocates Millions for New Homeless Outreach and Cleanup

    Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant.

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