PRI 2nd Annual Policy Conference: The Homeless Crisis

PRI 2nd Annual Policy Conference: The Homeless Crisis


California’s growing homeless crisis is impacting nearly everyone, especially those living in big cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sacramento. In Governor Newsom’s recent State of the State address, he reportedly spent 35 of his 42 minute speech on the homeless crisis.  On the same day, PRI held an A-list panel of policy experts to discuss the homeless.  Chris Rufo is a PRI adjunct fellow and director of the Discovery Institute’s Wealth and Poverty Center, Joseph Tartakovky, also a PRI adjunct fellow, practices appellate and constitutional law at Gibson Dunn, and economist Wayne Winegarden, PRI senior fellow, was unable to make the panel, however PRI’s Tim Anaya summarized Wayne’s discussion.  Finally, PRI California Fellow Kerry Jackson served as moderator.

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