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  • Bev
    6 months ago

    @Reuters I'm not long back from San Francisco and I was amazed at how many homeless people there were and it seemed that the state didn't care for them. Churches, members of the public, store owners, yeah, they all care, but the government seems to ignore them. It needs change.

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  • @Reuters Considerd one of the richest cities if not the richest of all in the glamorous California State ..and there we have an epidemic problem of the (Homeless) . You don't see this problem let's say in Africa , although comparing to Los Angeles they are way off . Capitalism is failing!

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  • @Reuters Mental health hospitals is what they need. Access available to everyone, any age, insured or not. My heart breaks for these people.

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  • Joker
    6 months ago

    @Marg_Miller @Reuters Mental health hospitals require qualified mental health workers (i.e. psychiatrist, nurses, therapists, councilors, case workers, administrators) not to mention, real estate. Currently, there aren’t enough resources available.

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  • @Reuters But Trump told us the economy is wonderful! Was he lying?

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  • Dan Lazo
    6 months ago

    @KTdidntdoit @Reuters California has its own problems. That state is doomed.

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  • @Reuters Skid Row Pro

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  • Jaysis H
    6 months ago

    @Reuters "Top homeless official", as though there is a multi level bureaucracy that deals with people defecating on the streets. Wake up Dems, India isn't envious of Los Angeles

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