As soaring rents push people onto the streets, many unhoused people are rising up against harmful legislation.
A proposal on the ballot in Los Angeles would tax turnovers of luxury properties to fund affordable housing.
The vast criminalization of unhoused people for largely nonviolent violations in several West coast cities is underway.
Nearly five years after an appeals court constrained Boise’s efforts to criminalize homelessness, loopholes abound.
Two years into the pandemic, the Biden administration’s first direct testing response leaves a lot to be desired.
With the end of the federal eviction moratorium, experts fear child homelessness is even higher than the data suggests.
About 700,000 of the nation’s 4.2 million homeless youth are living on their own, unaccompanied by a parent or guardian.
Cities and states have been overwhelmed by capacity issues and focused on spending other funding with tighter deadlines.
What’s really driving home prices today are massive, multibillion-dollar funds buying up all available housing.
These corporate zones operate as an arm of forcible social control to ward off perceived threats to the flow of profit.