Wealth & Poverty Review What’s Really Driving the Homelessness Crisis?Originally published at The Daily Signal
The homelessness crisis in America’s West Coast cities is beginning to draw national attention. There are now an estimated 166,752 people on the streets in California, Oregon, and Washington, and sensational stories of human despair and the return of medieval diseases have captured the public imagination.
Even President Donald Trump has tweeted about the “very bad and dangerous conditions” in San Francisco and warned that leaders must take action “to clean up these hazardous waste and homeless sites before the whole city rots away.”
There has been remarkably little clarity, however, on the key question: What’s really driving the homelessness crisis in West Coast cities?Continue Reading at The Daily Signal