California Assemblywoman Proposes Plan To End Homeless Crisis

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

A California Assemblywoman has a plan to end the state’s homeless crisis. Assembly Member Luz Rivas introduced a bill to create the Governor’s Office to end homelessness. The office would be led by the Secretary on Housing Insecurity and Homelessness, which is appointed by the governor. It would be the lead state entity in combating homelessness and would work with federal, state and local departments that provide housing and services to the homeless.