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Emily Hoeven – The Issues Facing San Francisco and California

sddasdasOur guest this week is Emily Hoeven, opinion columnist at The San Francisco Chronicle. Before coming to the Chronicle, she wrote CalMatters’ daily WhatMatters newsletter on California politics and policy and makes frequent appearances on TV, radio, podcasts, panels, and helped launch a weekly political segment on ABC 10. We ...
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Read latest from Free Cities Center

Modern take on ‘flophouses’ could ease homeless problem

Let’s first look at the current situation. This year’s approved budget for the King County Regional Homelessness Authority in Washington is $253.3 million. San Francisco spends at least $1.4 billion a year on the problem. Yet that money doesn’t seem to be making a measurable dent in the problem. We ...
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Read about Sacramento's growing homeless problem

Sacramento Tax Increase Push for ‘Affordable Housing’ Would Push City’s Problems on County

According to a HouseFresh ranking of the nation’s dirtiest cities, Sacramento ranked second-worst in the country.  California’s state capitol city ranked worse than Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco and others that are covered in grime.  In the zip code where I live, 95817, there were nearly 49,000 complaints per 100,000 ...
California

Read latest on Sacramento's homeless problem

PRI’s Comments Featured in New York Sun Article on Sacramento DA Suing City Over Failure to Enforce the Law

Overflowing garbage, indecent exposure, public defecation: These are the sights residents of California’s capital city describe seeing in front of their homes and businesses. The Sacramento County district attorney, Thien Ho, wants it to stop and is vowing to hold the city accountable for not enforcing its own public ordinances ...
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Read about controversial Sacramento Forward plan

So-Called Sacramento Forward Plan Would Take City Backwards on Housing, Homelessness

In my most recent blog, I documented the city of Sacramento’s worsening homeless problem, and the inaction by city leaders to get the problem under control. Now entering the policy void are a troika of left-wing city councilmembers who have put forward a plan called “Sacramento Forward” that would be ...
Blog

Read about Sacramento's growing homeless problem

On Homelessness, Sacramento is “City of Problems”

When you drive into the City of Sacramento on I-5 going north, you are greeted by a massive water tower at the city limits bearing two designations.  Sacramento, the city proudly boasts, is the “City of Trees” and “America’s Farm to Fork Capital.” Read a newspaper or walk around downtown ...
California

Read latest homelessness op-ed in CalMatters

Something is clearly off with California’s homelessness spending

California put aside $7.2 billion to address homelessness in the 2021-22 state budget. Last year, there were an estimated 172,000 homeless statewide, which equates to spending nearly $42,000 per homeless person. Spending of this magnitude – which only accounts for state money – is sufficient if it were applied effectively. The worsening ...
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Read about new study on minimum wage and homelessness

At The Intersection Of Homelessness And Minimum-Wage Hikes

It’s widely though not universally acknowledged that minimum-wage increases are job killers. When statutes require employers to pay wages above market value, they will take avoidance measures. In the 2020s, automation becomes an appealing alternative for many. But not all businesses can replace their workers with robots. They are left ...
California

Lee Ohanian – Why Californians Are Fleeing the State

Our guest this week is Hoover Institution senior fellow and UCLA professor Dr. Lee Ohanian.
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Read latest on CARE Courts

AB 1708 and Care Courts – A Step in the Right Direction

In the mid 1980s, I lived in Traverse City, Michigan, where I was a student at Great Lakes Maritime Academy.  In the downtown, there was a diner eponymously named for its proprietor, head waitress, hostess, and friend to everyone, Stacy.   Like a thousand diners in a thousand small towns, ...
California

Emily Hoeven – The Issues Facing San Francisco and California

sddasdasOur guest this week is Emily Hoeven, opinion columnist at The San Francisco Chronicle. Before coming to the Chronicle, she wrote CalMatters’ daily WhatMatters newsletter on California politics and policy and makes frequent appearances on TV, radio, podcasts, panels, and helped launch a weekly political segment on ABC 10. We ...
Blog

Read latest from Free Cities Center

Modern take on ‘flophouses’ could ease homeless problem

Let’s first look at the current situation. This year’s approved budget for the King County Regional Homelessness Authority in Washington is $253.3 million. San Francisco spends at least $1.4 billion a year on the problem. Yet that money doesn’t seem to be making a measurable dent in the problem. We ...
Blog

Read about Sacramento's growing homeless problem

Sacramento Tax Increase Push for ‘Affordable Housing’ Would Push City’s Problems on County

According to a HouseFresh ranking of the nation’s dirtiest cities, Sacramento ranked second-worst in the country.  California’s state capitol city ranked worse than Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco and others that are covered in grime.  In the zip code where I live, 95817, there were nearly 49,000 complaints per 100,000 ...
California

Read latest on Sacramento's homeless problem

PRI’s Comments Featured in New York Sun Article on Sacramento DA Suing City Over Failure to Enforce the Law

Overflowing garbage, indecent exposure, public defecation: These are the sights residents of California’s capital city describe seeing in front of their homes and businesses. The Sacramento County district attorney, Thien Ho, wants it to stop and is vowing to hold the city accountable for not enforcing its own public ordinances ...
Blog

Read about controversial Sacramento Forward plan

So-Called Sacramento Forward Plan Would Take City Backwards on Housing, Homelessness

In my most recent blog, I documented the city of Sacramento’s worsening homeless problem, and the inaction by city leaders to get the problem under control. Now entering the policy void are a troika of left-wing city councilmembers who have put forward a plan called “Sacramento Forward” that would be ...
Blog

Read about Sacramento's growing homeless problem

On Homelessness, Sacramento is “City of Problems”

When you drive into the City of Sacramento on I-5 going north, you are greeted by a massive water tower at the city limits bearing two designations.  Sacramento, the city proudly boasts, is the “City of Trees” and “America’s Farm to Fork Capital.” Read a newspaper or walk around downtown ...
California

Read latest homelessness op-ed in CalMatters

Something is clearly off with California’s homelessness spending

California put aside $7.2 billion to address homelessness in the 2021-22 state budget. Last year, there were an estimated 172,000 homeless statewide, which equates to spending nearly $42,000 per homeless person. Spending of this magnitude – which only accounts for state money – is sufficient if it were applied effectively. The worsening ...
Blog

Read about new study on minimum wage and homelessness

At The Intersection Of Homelessness And Minimum-Wage Hikes

It’s widely though not universally acknowledged that minimum-wage increases are job killers. When statutes require employers to pay wages above market value, they will take avoidance measures. In the 2020s, automation becomes an appealing alternative for many. But not all businesses can replace their workers with robots. They are left ...
California

Lee Ohanian – Why Californians Are Fleeing the State

Our guest this week is Hoover Institution senior fellow and UCLA professor Dr. Lee Ohanian.
Blog

Read latest on CARE Courts

AB 1708 and Care Courts – A Step in the Right Direction

In the mid 1980s, I lived in Traverse City, Michigan, where I was a student at Great Lakes Maritime Academy.  In the downtown, there was a diner eponymously named for its proprietor, head waitress, hostess, and friend to everyone, Stacy.   Like a thousand diners in a thousand small towns, ...
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