How San Fransisco’s housing policy makes it harder for the homeless

I recently highlighted California’s counterproductive restrictions on private efforts to feed the homeless. But the state’s policies aren’t just inhibiting the bottom-up activities of non-profits and charities. They’re also restricting potential solutions via entrepreneurial investment. Continue Reading…
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