The transformative $100B #CAcomeback Plan is the biggest economic recovery package in CA’s history & addresses CA’s most persistent challenges – immediate relief, homelessness & housing, transforming public schools, wildfires & climate action, & infrastructure.— Office of the Governor of California (@CAgovernor) July 13, 2021
The California Comeback Plan announced last week designates $12 billion toward the state's homeless crisis over the next two years.
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The Governor's Office said the money would go toward 42,000 new housing units for the homeless and expansion of the state's Homekey program.
The plan also allows for $1.1 billion to clean up streets with local governments, according to the governor.
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