YES on Prop 2: Homeless Housing Bond


A quarter of the nation’s homeless reside in California--over 130,000 people. A significant percentage of our homeless population suffers from mental illness. Prop 2 allows the use of unspent money, originally allocated through a 2004 measure to fund mental health services, to be used to address the problem. If passed, the unspent money would be used to provide permanent supportive housing for people who need mental health services, and are either currently homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

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The League supports equal opportunity in housing. While not a priority for action at this time, when we have members willing to monitor the issue, the League voice can be heard.