California housing prices and homelessness - Econlib

    At first glance, it seems obvious why California has such a disproportionate number of America’s homeless.  Housing is very expensive in California.  But why should expensive housing cause homelessness?  If houses in Nome, Alaska were as expensive as in Los Angeles, would Nome have as much homelessness as LA? Commenter CaliNice had an interesting comment […]

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