THIS State Is Trying To House Homeless People In HOTELS

The residents of Los Angeles are going to vote on whether or not the local government should pay for homeless people to stay in hotels all across the city.

Following the collection of an adequate number of signatures from individuals who are in favor of the proposal, Project Homekey will be formally placed on the ballot in the year 2024. If Homekey were to become law, it would mandate that hotels in the city report any available rooms. From that location, they would offer the unoccupied rooms to individuals who are without homes and had a voucher issued by the city. More than 20,000 hotel rooms around the county are left unoccupied on a nightly basis.

This concept is met with skepticism by a great number of people. They are concerned about how paying customers would respond to having non-paying customers stay in the same hotel as them. Those who support the law argue that it will largely benefit working people, students, and seniors, despite the fact that there are concerns that they will not be able to vet voucher receivers for dangerous individuals.

In comparison to the years prior to the beginning of the COVID-19 epidemic in early 2020, the city has seen a 16.1% increase in the number of individuals living on the streets. In the present day, the county of Los Angeles is home to more than 60,000 individuals who are without homes. This year there have been more elderly people living on the streets than ever before.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on OAN.

Written by Staff Reports

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