smp8181

I'm sorry, but your first sentence is frankly absurd. People are dynamic, they respond to incentives and their choices are ultimately up to them. A certain number will resist housing and/or the requirements of such, and if the program is "successful", others will choose to relocate to thi…

On the contrary, this is a textbook backroom deal and reprehensible example of California politicians

yet again turning their backs on taxpayers, the middle class and hard-working families in order to virtue signal, relocate problems from their wealthy donors' neighborhoods and toss…

It is easy to suggest that hotels in other people's neighborhoods be converted into homeless shelters, especially when it shifts the issue further from one's own home.