Straight Talk on CCA’s Shiny Object; Behind Kedric’s Blue Door to OC; Haddad, Horne Head North

First a few words about the plan hatched by 14th District Los Angeles City Councilmember Jose Huizar and approved by his colleagues for an emergency homeless shelter at a warehouse at 1426 Paloma Street, on Downtown’s industrial edge. City documents indicate that a nonprofit entity called Home at Last Community Development Corp. has been designated to operate the 115-bed shelter and plans to employ 60 full-time employees there. I had this in mind when I attended a conference on “Rethinking Homelessness: Innovative Necessary Legal and Policy Tools to Solve a Public Health and Humanitarian Crisis,” presented by the Seminar Group,…

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