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Audit: California should track homeless spending, set policy

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SAN FRANCISCO – California has spent $13 billion in the last three years to tackle a massive homelessness problem likely to worsen with the pandemic, yet its approach is so fragmented and incomplete as to hinder efforts at getting people into stable housing, the state auditor said in a report released Thursday.

The office of state auditor Elaine Howle said that the state continues to have the largest homeless population in the nation “likely in part because its approach to addressing homelessness has been disjointed." The office recommended that California copy other states in charging a single entity to oversee efforts or be responsible for developing a statewide strategic plan.

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